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  • Sarah Dawes

    Melted crayon art. Great for a kids room or craft room!

  • Amber Robinson

    Rainbow Crayon Canvas. Great craft idea :)

  • N Elder

    Might try this with Mike's heat gun. Hair Dryer + Crayons = Art Fun idea for kids room art. Super easy... I have two suggestions: 1) don't put colors on the opposite side of the color wheel together... the melt together an turn brown (not so pretty) 2) If you have hairdryer attachment that focuses the air in one spot use it... it makes it easier to control the melting.

  • Allyson Barton

    I absolutely love this idea. Doing it with different colors, turning the canvas. I'm thinking a trip to the craft store is in my near future. :) Kids art project {1. hotglue 64 crayons on canvas 2. hand over the hair dryer 3. Enjoy the rainbow} http://bit.ly/Hrb1lI

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The crayons are lined up along the edge and melted on a foam board using a heat gun. Specific heat is applied for the desired outcome of several defined drips. There is direct dripping from the crayon pieces that extends through the lower third of the board, with some drips extending all the way to the bottom. Wrappers are left on this piece to emphasized the melting of the crayons.