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Derretendo giz de cera: super divertido!

Hot glue gun the crayons to the canvas. Melt the crayons with your blow dryer. Let it dry. Awesome Project, really fun and easy :) (Tip: Melts easier if paper is peeled from crayons)

How to create a piece of wall art using toilet paper rolls and spray paint! #ecofriendly #cheap

How to create a piece of wall art using toilet paper rolls and spray paint! this takes a CRAP load of toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls. i had people collecting them for me!

Idee pour Tableau deco

Fun craft idea with crayons, a blow dryer and a canvas! Change it up with glitter crayons!

Easy to make GLOW in the DARK bath paint- the paint is bright enough to illuminate the room & kids will have a blast making the whole room GLOW!

glow in the dark bath paint! shaving cream and fluorescent or glow in the dark paint. You only need a drop to make the bath paints GLOW!

All you need for these paper towel butterflies is paper towels, food coloring and pipe cleaners.

5 summer activities that won't break the bank

Kid Craft Project: Paper Towel Butterflies - we used to use coffee filters and paint, but I like this idea much better!

Ideias para quadros com giz derretido

Ideias para quadros com giz derretido

Melted crayon art with text. Pinner sats: This is one of the most beautiful crayon melting projects I have ever seen.

tie dye theme

Melted crayon rainbow -- this would be super fun for a kids bedroom or a craft area! crafty-must-makes

How about just the rain and a colorful umbrella?

Melted Crayon art is very beautiful and simple. You will need: Crayons Tape Hair dryer Canvas How to create a melted crayon art: A ttach the crayons on the canvas using glue and then tape it. Now spread a newspaper and keep the canvas slant…

Ideias criativas para organizar e decorar

Another way to make melted crayon art using a hairdryer. It's recomended to use crayola vs. generic brands for best results.

a different take on the crayon melted art

Teachers: Classroom Craft & Art Project Ideas For The Elementary Grades (More Than Just Using Crayons!)