Thursday, May 31, 2012
Flowers made from melted crayons
This is a cute craft that kids love to create. Items needed are: crayon shavings (I use scissors to scrape off pieces of crayon), wax paper, an iron, a green pipe cleaner and paper. Have your child draw a large flower on a piece of paper (or you can draw it if the child is not yet able). Then, if able, have your child cut out the flower shape (or you cut it out). Next, have your child sprinkle some of the crayon shavings on the paper. Cover the paper and crayon with the wax paper and roll the heated iron over the paper until the crayon has melted. Have your child poke the pipe cleaner through the center of the flower (once it is cool) and bend it to make a stem. Your child can make a few of these to make a bouquet!