A quick and fun craft for the kids, using leftover crayons in the bottom of crayon case.


  • 6 - 12 Broken un-used Different Colour Crayons
  • 1 Sharpener
  • Baking Paper
  • Iron


  1. Using leftover crayons, sharpener them into a container
  2. Mix up the colours
  3. Lay 1 flat piece of baking paper and sprinkle crayons on top
  4. Lay second piece of baking paper on top
  5. Use iron on a medium heat. Leave in each spot for 3-5 seconds.
  6. Allow crayons to cool then peel off top baking sheet.


Careful using hot iron. Parent help/supervison is required.
Try not to layer crayons to thick.
Do not push iron, lift to move.

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  • mom297125
    • 11 Mar 2019
      7:33 pm

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  • This is so cute! Do they give off a smell when melting?


  • Such a cool idea. You could explain about solids and liquids and then it becomes a science experiment!


  • Oh yes! We often have more broken crayons then non broken crayons. I’ve just been tossing them out. Now I won’t have to


  • Such A great idea since crayons always break too


  • Very nice. Who doesn’t have spare crayons left around the house?


  • A vibrant and colourful crayon picture – a terrific looking piece of art.

    • The perfect use for leftover old crayons too!


  • Interesting idea, thanks for sharing.


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