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The 'MISTER' Make It and Love It Series: Making Crayons
I'm sure glad this husband of mine planned ahead with me and busily created some projects with the kids a couple of months ago. It was fun to see him in action with the kids, while I took the pictures. He has been a fantastic guest blogger while I've been munching on a newborn. However, I should have taught him how to edit and upload pictures and text. Ha! Did you see the other two MISTER Make It and Love It posts, found here and here? Thanks Steve, for taking over the content of the…
Heat makes a crayon a little loopy; it may melt into a swirl or pool into a whirl. With this in mind, we chopped up crayons and baked them in shaped mini cake tins, making large blocks that are easy for toddlers to hold and will surely inspire older artists. Encourage kids to come up with combinations: A blue-and-white blend for drawing the sky, for example, and a mix of reds and oranges for sunsets.
This is one of those lovely ideas that I have seen around the internet so often, and have wanted to try for a while now. I finally ended up with a plethora of cheap crayons recently so recycled about 12 of them to make these cute little rainbow shape crayons using ice cube trays for...Read More »
recycled crayons With so many broken crayons you can easily 'recycle' them into any cool shape. Remove all wrappers from your crayons and break the crayons into small pieces. Place in a muffin tin (I used a star shaped silicone one) and bake at 275F for about 15 minutes (until all the crayons are melted). Remove from oven and allow to set completely - at least 1 hour. Enjoy your new crayons!
melt crayons in silicone alphabet ice trays (or any fun shape trays) and melt in oven at 250 for 20 mins or until melted. Let dry for several hours. pop out and wrap in a clear bag with fun ribbon as a gift!!
My little ladies love melting crayons on hot rocks on a cold and chilly Ohio day! Materials: smooth rocks cookie sheet crayons (wrappers peeled off) hot pad holders a heat resistant cover for the table oven Directions: 1. Gather the smoothest rocks you can find and give them a good bath. 2. Put clean rocks on … … Continue reading →