Decorate your windows for Valentine’s Day with these beautiful translucent hearts made from waxed paper and crayons. A great way […]
Made from paper plates, these pilgrims are a great preschool project for Thanksgiving day!
Make these turkeys special by using your little one’s handprints on colorful paper for his feathers!
It’s easy to make beautiful feathers for your turkey day projects following these simple instruction for making feather rubbing plates….
Here’s a fun tissue paper twist on an old favorite melted crayon craft. A great project for fall that will […]
Bring in some color and make a decorative wreath out of crayons. This would make a great decoration for a […]
Learn how to use a paper bag and some simple items to create an adorable donkey.
Looks like our Hero Cat jumped right off the pages of the book!
Sending these spooky pop-up cards are sure to get lots of smiles!
Make your own one-of-a-kind bats by melting crayons on wax paper. No two will ever be the same!
This fun project uses crayons and black paint to make a beautiful Halloween scene.
Use an iron to melt crayons between wax paper to make colorful planets.
Using an iron, some grated crayons and a piece of canvas, your kids can create a beautiful piece of wall […]
This foam project is great for crafting with kids. You can personalize these door hangers to say your child’s name.
Made from coffee filters and crayons, this sunflower is adorable and perfect for little kids.
Hot glue crayons to a canvas and use a heat gun to melt the crayons. A fun project with adult […]
This adorable box is perfect for preschoolers and Kindergarteners! A fun project for back to school.
These fun treats are made by dipping pretzels into colored candy melts. Great for back to school!
Make a fun crayon box to hold all your goodies in! Would also make a fun teacher’s gift.
Capture all the details of your child’s first day of school with this adorable craft project.
Here’s a great way to use those colorful crayons you’ve melted and molded into fun shapes. Not only does it […]
Made from clothespins and crayon wrappers this is a fun way to display your kids’ artwork! A great homework holder […]