Sun Melted Broken Crayons

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Introduction: Sun Melted Broken Crayons

About: Let's get creative! ☆ Always use safety when crafting! ☆

☆(Project for a hot sunny day (95°+))☆

Supplies


• crayons
• a wooden mallet or tenderizer or food can; (to smash the crayons in to smaller pieces).
• a small plastic bag of any kind ( to contain the crayon while your smashing them).
• any size plate of any material on hand
• aluminum foil (enough to cover your plate).
• cookie cutters (to fill with crayon pieces).

Step 1:

Take any paper off of the crayons with your fingers.

Step 2:

Break up the broken crayons into smaller pieces with a wooden mallet or tenderizer or food can (Small pieces melt easier

Step 3:

Take the plate you will be using and cover the top of it with aluminum foil. Set cookie cutters on the foil coverd plate.

Step 4:

Add the broken pieces of crayons; fill cookie cutters just to the very top of the cookie cutter.

Step 5:

Place the plate outside in a sunny area (95°+ day). Let them sit in the sun for 3 to 5 hours ( crayons may melt out from underneath the cookie cutters. If his happens, bring inside and add more pieces of crayons to the top of the cookie cutters once more).

Step 6:

Take plate with melted crayons inside to cool.

Step 7:

Once cooled, you should now be able to push the new crayon shapes you created out of the cookie cutters.

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    5 Comments

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    Jada Vetter
    Jada Vetter

    5 weeks ago

    Perfect project for hot, sunny, summer day! Were having a lot of those right now...

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    Design•Time
    Design•Time

    Reply 26 days ago

    Totally! Thank you! :)

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    9 months ago

    I love the nice marble effect these got :)

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    Design•Time
    Design•Time

    Reply 9 months ago

    Thanks!