window.location=permalink+"?pintix=1"; Put the leaf, the paper you are ironing, or the crayon shavings on top of the wax paper. Copyright © 2020 barley & birch. Ver más ideas sobre manualidades, disenos de unas, decoración de unas. Melt your crayons on a black or colored piece of heavy cardstock instead of white for a whole different look! And press down with a hot iron until the crayons have melted. Simple Painted Treat Boxes From The Recycling Bin! kid-safe lantern, Make: A Cardboard Play Snowplow with Moveable Parts, Discover: 12 Ways to Make More Eco-Friendly Kids Crafts, Make: A Merry and Bright Cardboard Christmas Tree, Make: A Modern Mini Cardboard Holiday Village, Make: A DIY Gingerbread Bakery for Pretend Play, Make: Nibble and Snap, our DIY Gingerbread Softies, Make: Scribble Art Collages for Stress Relief, Cardboard or old newspaper to catch splatters. Place newspaper on top. This will protect your iron from getting melted crayon on it. 8. Create a rainbow pattern with the crayon shavings. The wooden Moroccan frames that we have hanging over our kitchen table have now become useful for a rotating art exhibition, including these works of crayon art. », Posted on July 26, 2010 at 08:42 PM in Crafts for Kids, Crafts for Kids: Activities | Permalink, Reblog :)Hi everyone! Grated crayons sandwiched between wax paper and then melted with an iron make beautiful abstract works of art, even worthy of hanging on the wall! Melted crayon art is a great afternoon project both for kids and adults.