• Emily Mallory

A couple more crayon-inspired crafts

Last time I explored the history and some uses for crayons. This week I wanted to share several more fun crayon-inspired art projects; some of which I've done and some I haven't----yet!


Decorating Easter eggs with crayons:

I totally want to try this one out with my kids!

https://www.jennaburger.com/2014/03/creating-colorful-easter-eggs-with-melted-crayons/


Rocks and Crayons Paperweights:

We have recently decided to create our own "gnome trail" using garden gnomes and gnome houses. We created some crayon gnomes rocks for our trail.

https://www.redtedart.com/melted-crayon-rocks-gifts-that-kids-can-make/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=tailwind_tribes&utm_content=tribes


Crayon Fabric:

As we have been working on settling into our new home in Kansas, it would be fun to create curtains for the kids' room using their own designs.

https://suzyssitcom.com/2011/04/feature-friday-making-batik-fabric-with-crayons.html


Crayon ornaments:

I'm going to have to wait until Oct. at least before I can try this out with kids as the glass ornaments are seasonal in so many craft stores.

http://blog.consumercrafts.com/seasonal/winter/melted-crayon-craft-ornaments/



Here's a list of additional crayon crafts you can try with your kids or on your own!

https://elemenopkids.com/crayon-crafts-for-kids/


Happy crafting!

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