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Melted Crayon Art has become a huge deal. People are getting downright crazy with the designs they come up with. We decided to see what all the fuss was about and I won't lie, it's legit.
We had a blast making this Melted Crayon Art. Now to find a frame for it…
30 Days of DIY: Day 4 – Melted Crayon Art
Hot Glue Gun
Hair Dryer ( or the good ol Sun)
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Line up your crayons the way you wish to have them lay. The most common is the rainbow aspect however you can arrange them any way you wish too. Start hot gluing the crayons on the board.
My daughter likes to help with this step.
At this point, you can melt the crayons a few ways. It's already hot here so we hung it outside and let the sun do its ‘thang. However, you can also use a hair dryer to make the process go faster.
I recommend laying a towel or paper towels under the board to catch any falling melted crayon. It will be easier to clean up this way.
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These sell online for about $25 before shipping for smaller versions and can range upwards of $100+ for the bigger versions above. These are great playroom decor!
Interested in the other versions going around? See them below.
Using the same technique as above you can make any color scheme you want!
Make it into a picture frame! Check out the Step by Step at Anna & Essie
Also, make your art into flowers how neat!! Check out the Step by Step over at Lindsey Daniella Did It
Try making this heart as well! (The blog that originally put this one up as disappeared. If it was you and your now somewhere else let me know I'd love to link to you!)
This sensation has taken off into all different form of art, use your imagination, the sky is the limit! How creative will you get with your Melted Crayon Art?
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