Introduction: A Creative Use for Crayons
What is that in the picture?
Is it slime?
Is it gloop?
NO! Its molten crayon!
Read on to find out what you can do with this weird and beautiful stuff.
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Step 1: You Will Need:
A box of colorful crayons
Wax paper (butter paper or parchment will work)
A sharpener with a BIG hole
White or light grey paper (THICK)
A clothes iron
Step 2: Crayon Powder
Sharpen the crayons and spread the shavings on the thick paper.
If you want it to be less grey just break the crayons instead of sharpening.
Step 3: A White Wax Paper Sandwich With Crayo Sauce!
GET THE JOKE?
Sandwich the sheet with the crayons between two sheets of wax paper.
Then iron it for 30 seconds and remove the wax paper.
USE BIGGER PIECES OF CRAYON IF YOU WANT IT LESS GREY.
Step 4: Now Draw!
You can turn the splodges into animals with a correction pen.
Or you can just keep it like it is.
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