Hello!! It’s been a while since I did a tutorial. It’s not because I don’t craft anymore. It’s more of because I’ve been doing so many, but failing to take pics of the steps =)
So for this craft, I’m featuring my daughter’s work of art. I’ve always encouraged my daughter to craft. So, when she saw a tutorial on melting crayons, she decided she’d try it out!
For this craft, we used:
clean paper, a printout of a silhouette of her original drawing, scissors, old crayons, double-sided tape, glue gun and a blower
What to do:
- Using your glue gun, stick the crayons to the top of the paper.
- Cut the outline of the silhouette and stick this to the bottom of the page using double-sided tape.
- Melt the crayons using the blower. Hold the paper standing up so that the melted crayons flow downwards.
- Let this dry completely. You can add cutout of clouds to make it even cuter! You can mount this on a frame and hang as a room decor.
This is definitely a kid-friendly craft that’s quick to make and a lot of fun! (Also, I didn’t spend a cent on this =)