This fun and easy jellyfish craft is suitable for the youngest of crafters. It’s a fun way to learn more about […]
This Thanksgiving card features a dimensional pumpkin made with melted crayons. Use the same technique to make cards featuring different […]
Can you believe that this adorable owl started with broken crayons? Simply melt the wax on a warming tray. If […]
Grab those old, broken crayons and learn how to melt them to make a festive Halloween skull. It’s almost like […]
This cool iguana gets its interesting color and texture from melted crayons. Give it a try!
Use construction paper and cardboard tubes to make your own version of an explorer’s ship. This activity is a wonderful […]
Hang stained glass kites in the window to let the sun shine through them. Melt crayons in between wax paper […]
Create your own personalized door hangers in your favorite colors. It’s a fun and easy project that can help young […]
Mom and Me Wooden Spoons These cute little dolls made from wooden spoons can be personalized however you’d like. Use […]
Create beautiful, one-of-a-kind batik fabric using a surprising material: crayons! This is a fun project for kids of all ages.
This beautiful melted crayon cross suncatcher mimics the look of stained glass. It’s a new version of a popular craft. […]
Crayon resist seems like magic! Create some winter magic with this fun winter hat craft.
Recycle those old bits and pieces of crayon into beautiful butterflies. Make it simple or as complex as the ability […]
Decorate your windows for Valentine’s Day with these beautiful translucent hearts made from waxed paper and crayons. It’s a great […]
Turn construction paper and a paper cup into a fun crayon holder for your Thanksgiving table. Have each child make […]
They look like crayons scribbling right on brownies, but they’re completely edible and quite delicious! These clever treats are great […]
Create a colorful, whimsical seahorse! This fun craft uses a warming tray to melt crayons resulting in vibrant color.
Rinse and clean a can, then attach ribbon and crayons to make an adorable pencil holder. This would make a […]
Kids will love going on their very own Easter Egg Hunt (right from their seat!) with this fun Easter “Scratch […]
Use your holiday cookie cutters for more than baking! They make wonderful stamps for your child’s artistic creativity. This would […]
Made from clothespins and crayon wrappers this is a fun way to display your kids’ artwork! A great homework holder […]
My First Day of School Capture all the details of your child’s first day of school with this adorable […]
These beautiful watermelon sun catchers are a great project to celebrate summer. Craft first and snack on watermelon later, or […]
These fun treats are made by dipping pretzels into colored candy melts. Great for back to school!
Clothespin Mexican Dancing Doll Our pretty Mexican dancing doll wears a colorful dress and is ready to dance around to […]
These cute tigers were made for a Cub Scout den meeting, but it would be equally great for a zoo […]
Decorate for Halloween with these easy-to-make Paper Halloween Luminaries. Use these designs or make up your own!
Create a realistic ice cream sundae that looks good enough to eat! This non-edible craft is made with salt dough […]
Turn coffee filters into basketballs with this fun and easy craft. It’s perfect craft for preschoolers, because it only needs […]
Turn plain rocks into colorful works of art with this fun technique. Because the rocks are hot, this project requires […]
Combine art with a science lesson with this neat Terrarium Painting project. The artwork solidifies observations kids make about plants […]
Use pom poms and construction paper to create a snowy winter scene. Follow the directions or use your own creativity […]
This simple mitten art is a fun project for kids to do during winter. They’ll enjoy adding their own patterns […]
Grab some crayons, a pumpkin, and a hair dryer to create these fun melted crayon pumpkins with a twist. It […]
This beautiful crayon and watercolor project makes a wonderful decoration for fall. It’s a fun project to do as a […]
This mixed media art project is perfect for fall. Make your own leaf template to create a beautiful repeating watercolor […]
These pots may look like they were painted, but they were actually decorated with melted crayon! This fun technique requires […]
Melt crayon shavings between two sheets of wax paper with a household iron to create a bright, colorful suncatcher for […]
Use crayon shavings to color Easter eggs this year! It’s easy to do and a fun way to repurpose broken crayons.
This beautiful project uses the old, broken crayons that aren’t great for coloring anymore. It’s easy to do and fun […]
Create a beautiful curtain of colorful hearts for Valentine’s Day, a birthday party or even a bedroom or playroom. The […]
This beautiful painting project is easy enough for preschoolers and fun for crafters of any age. It’s a wonderful project […]
Grab that rarely-used white crayon and a sheet of black construction paper to create a midnight snow scene. Be creative […]
Turn your name into a festive Christmas tree! Each person’s name creates a tree that is totally unique.
Give new life to broken crayons with this fun Thanksgiving turkey craft. It looks beautiful hung in a window.
Use construction paper crayons on black paper to create a beautiful drawing of an Advent wreath. This is a wonderful […]
Turn old, broken crayons into super cool rainbow discs. Each one is different!
This fun summer craft is sure to put a smile on your face! This cute project combines crayons with watercolors.
Recycle old crayons into these fun shamrock shapes for St. Patrick’s Day. It couldn’t be easier!
Help your kids melt broken crayons pieces in silicone molds to make these adorable heart-shaped crayons. They make a wonderful Valentine’s […]
This valentine printable is cute, inexpensive and candy-free! Kids will love giving (and receiving!) these fun valentines.
Create a dimensional work of art using crayons and foam. It’s easy to do and looks spectacular!
Design and print your own T-shirts using sandpaper and wax crayons. The possibilities are endless!
Grab some crayon scraps and make a homemade ornament craft! They’re so pretty and each one is unique.
Create a fun snow scene using crayons and watercolors. It’s a great project for winter.
Use a Sharpie, crayons and watercolors to create this adorable turtle. Easy and so much fun!
Create a coool, interactive party table cover for kids to decorate. Then use the children’s artwork for the bags they […]
Use crayons and watercolors to paint a picture of your favorite triple-scoop ice cream cone! The wax acts as a […]
Decorate easter eggs using crayons and food coloring. This technique is easy and kid friendly
Looking for a unique technique for this year’s Easter eggs? Try this scratch art idea, add some glitter, and create […]