Melted Crayon Art – Part 2

I’m back for melted wax fun!  (If you missed it, here’s my first melted crayon art.)  For this piece, I turned things upside down a bit.

I basically made it the same way that I made the first one (see instructions here.)  However, I used a smaller canvas size of 16 x 20 simply because I couldn’t scrounge up more green crayons than that.

I found the flowers at Hobby Lobby in the scrapbook section.  I arranged them on the canvas to get a general idea of what the final product would look like.  Then I went to work gluing the crayons and melting them with a hair dryer.  Once all of the melting was finished, I flipped the canvas upside down allowing the crayons to become the “grass” and the melted drips the “stems.”  Then I used the glue gun to glue on the flowers.  Ta-da!

7 thoughts on “Melted Crayon Art – Part 2

    • What a great idea! I was considering doing this for a class, but hadn’t decided on an age group. Let me know how it goes if you do try it out 🙂


  1. I just love you ideas, but this one is awesome! I can’t wait to try it! I have to incorporate it into one of my school aged programs!


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