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Make It: Lego Man Crayons - Tutorial #kids
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Lego Crayons

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DIY Back to School Homework Stations

DIY Back to School Homework Station Ideas - Homework Organizer Binders with Free Printable Covers via i heart naptime

from Make and Takes

27 New Uses for Old Broken Crayons

Doesn’t every household have a ton of broken old crayons lying around in their craft rooms, drawers, buckets, boxes? I’m always wondering what to do with those little guys. If you’ve been wondering too, then this post is for you! I’ve rounded up 27 NEW uses for OLD broken crayons! You’re gonna love these ideas!

Mini Deep Dish Pizzas - These 5-ingredient mini pizzas are unbelievably easy, fool-proof, and completely addicting!
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Mini Deep Dish Pizzas

Mini Deep Dish Pizzas - These 5-ingredient mini pizzas are unbelievably easy, fool-proof, and completely addicting!

Beautiful! Put a piece of crayon in a clear Christmas bulb, use a blow dryer to melt the crayon while turning the bulb to distribute the color!!

from Babies & Kids

Giz de cera reciclado - Constance Zahn

Use broken crayons to make crayon hearts - JUST AN FYI - These STINK LIKE CRAZY when they're cooking/melting, (until they cool,) so...doing it IN YOUR CLASSROOM for a project isn't the BEST idea, unless you're about to leave for recess or the end of the day, and can open the windows to air it out. :p

DIY crayon candle00*2 boxes of crayons (I didn’t use the browns, grays, or blacks) *mason jar (I pictured two thinking I had enough crayons for both but didn’t) *Waxed wick (found that at Hobby Lobby) **Preheat oven to 200 degrees.** Make sure and pack the crayons in so you leave as little open space as possible. This really isn’t that important if you don’t plan to melt the crayons

This anti-gravity galaxy in a bottle is such a FUN PROJECT to try with the kids! The glitter actually rises to the top, instead of settling to the bottom! So cool and so beautiful to watch!
from One Little Project

Anti-Gravity Galaxy in a Bottle

This anti-gravity galaxy in a bottle is such a FUN PROJECT to try with the kids! The glitter actually rises to the top, instead of settling to the bottom! So cool and so beautiful to watch!