Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Homemade crayons. Get inspired and try out new things.
Chances are that if you love technicolor diapers as much as I do, it’s because the color is on the OUTSIDE where it should be. Smeared on the inside because a toddler is tooting rainbows after an art project turned into a crayon tasting? I don’t think any parent loves that. While it’s true that […]
Make your own crayons in fun shapes using this easy recipe tutorial for kids! Recycle those old crayon pieces into something new like alphabet or muffin tin crayons. #homemadecrayons #homemadecrayonsforkids #recycledcrayons #recycledcrayonsdiy #makeyourowncrayons #crayons #muffintincrayons #growingajeweledrose #crayonsrecipe #crayonscraft
What can you do with old crayons? Find out how to melt crayons in the oven or microwave. It is so easy! Melting crayons makes for a fun reversible change.
Cherie Jacobs saved to Crafty
This is certainly not an original idea. I have seen the idea of making your own crayons a bunch of times over the years. It has always been one of those projects I have filed away and never made the time to do. My girls were watching cartoons recently and started going on about how...Read More »
These heart crayons are a fun Valentine's activity that you can easily make with your little ones. Get ready to color your heart out!
Zvjezda saved to Painting,drawing etc...
Learn how to properly melt crayons in the oven and create custom made crayons with this easy DIY. To melt
Kelly Vitello saved to Melting crayons
These DIY crayons are a fun activity for the kids to repurpose some of their old and broken crayons into new shapes ready for coloring!
Laurie saved to Craft Projects
This is the most popular Christmas gift idea this year for daycares and kids! Make personalized crayons with each letter of the kids name then put it in a box! So darling. The ones above
Jordie Washburn saved to For the kiddos
A tutorial for DIY homemade crayons for Halloween with a free printable gift tag. Children will love these simple, homemade "treats."
- • 24 Cavity mini pumpkin silicone baking mold
- • 36 Crayons (if you use old broken crayons, you’ll need 3-5 small pieces per pumpkin cavity.)
Ann MacPherson saved to Crafts
Make recycled crayons by melting crayons in the oven or microwave. This lesson on DIY crayons showcases reversible change + it's lots of fun!
Rose Jones saved to kids