Melted Rainbow Crayon Art

Introduction: Melted Rainbow Crayon Art

This is an easy piece of art that will make you look like a Picasso! Use it to decorate your room or to hang in the living room!

Sorry the second pic may be upside down (crayons are supposed to be on top)

Supplies

Crayons
Blow Dryer
Foil
Paper
2 pieces of cardboard
Glue
Scissors

Step 1: Preparing the Cardboard and Paper

As you can see in the picture I had to trim the paper and cardboard. You can just trim it to any size you want, make sure they are all the same.

Step 2: Gluing the Canvas

Now you glue all of it together making sure the paper’s on top. Give it time to dry.

Step 3: Putting on the Crayons

There are two parts to this step, first you will want to put the crayons in a rainbow pattern. Once you have the pattern put the crayons on the top of the canvas with glue.

Step 4: Melting the Crayons

First put aluminum foil up against the wall and prop the camera up as shown in the picture. Turn the blow dryer on to low speed and hot temperature. Be patient, it won’t melt right away! You can use higher speed to spread the wax

Step 5: Done!

After all of that work you are finally done!

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    5 Comments

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    CraftsmanOfThe
    CraftsmanOfThe

    1 year ago

    It would be awesome if you voted for me in the contest

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    The clay Tortoise
    The clay Tortoise

    1 year ago

    Really cool idea, I am interested in trying this. Thanks!

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    CraftsmanOfThe
    CraftsmanOfThe

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank You!

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    paleogirl
    paleogirl

    Reply 1 year ago

    You can take this one step further and use a popsicle stick or toothpick to swirl the colors if you like. That way the color can mix or flow however you like. Just wait till the crayons cool, decide, heat again, and form!

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    The clay Tortoise
    The clay Tortoise

    Reply 1 year ago

    Awesome idea! I would like to give it a try! Thanks!