Melted Crayon Art
My sister Molly came to visit over Christmas. With the new baby we spent a lot of time at home, so we got busy crafting! Molly saw melted crayon art on Pinterest and wanted to attempt some of her own. We ended up with splattered walls and blown fuses, but they turned out great!
1. Print a silhouette, cut it out, and trace it.
2. Color it in with a Sharpie.
3. Cover the picture with tape, going straight down from the umbrella.
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4. Take papers off of several shades of blue and grey crayons. Put them into a large glue gun to melt just as you would with a glue stick. She used about 25 crayons per picture.
Here she is with her masterpieces.
Here is a close up. The picture really doesn't do it justice. The texture makes it look really cool from all angles. Great job Molly, love them!
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