'Package in clear plastic bags and tie with a ribbon for clever, inexpensive birthday party favors!
Start the search--collect all your broken crayons from the bottom of the art drawer and from leftover boxes brought home from school...Enjoy this quick and fun activity with your kids.
Step 1: ITEMS YOU WILL NEED
-As many broken/unwanted crayons as you can find!
-Refrigerator- To cool melted crayons after "baking"
Step 2: Remove the Paper Crayon Labels
-This is also a good time to break any whole crayons into smaller pieces.
Step 3: ARRANGE THE BROKEN CRAYONS IN A MINI-MUFFIN TIN
Try mixing colors for a swirled "tie-dye" look or make solid colors if you seem to have 100's of broken orange crayons!