30+ Cool Melted Crayon Art Ideas By M.Y.On April 21, 2014 Posted in DIY, Featured, Gifts, Paintings 10 Comments Melted crayon art is an easy and fun thing. It’s so simple, yet the end result can be stunning. Peoples of all ages can create different types of such crafts using different methods. The finished products can make great gifts or party favors. Heart Source Melted Crayon Burger Source Melted Crayon Shawl Source DIY Candle Holders Source Lanern Source Lion Source You are My Sunshine Source Rainbow Melted Crayon Art Source Litte Mermaid Source Gymnastics Source Peacock Source Laney blowing bubbles Source Love in Rain Source Umbrella with Silhouette Source Flowers Source Girl Swinging Source Letters of Love Source Autumn Trees Source Melted Crayon Art for Teacher Gift Source Butterfly Source Elephant Source Pumpkin Fun Source Christmas Trees Source Craft Rain Cloud Source Phoenix Source Doctor Who Source Melted Crayon Art Cross Source Melted Crayon Art with Pictures Source Abstract Art Source Heart Shape Source Weeping Willow Tree Source Rainbow Source Related Tags:art activities,art ideas,art project Comments Courtney Cantrell April 21, 2014 • Reply Hey, thanks for featuring my rainbow and showing the source link! I appreciate that. Good to see what other people are doing with melted crayons, too. Looks fun! Chloe West January 6, 2015 • Reply Thanks for featuring my You Are My Sunshine art! These are all really neat! Melanie May 9, 2015 • Reply I would love to have the one called love in the rain Katrina May 14, 2015 • Reply Thanks for featuring my trees 🙂 Glad you liked that little fall craft. Original post from my previous blog:: http://musingsofachocolatelover.blogspot.com/2010/12/melting-crayons.html Krystyl May 27, 2015 • Reply Hello. I am starting a crafts class at my job and I would like to incorporate some of these into my classes. Can someone please tell me how you are melting the crayons and how you are assuring that they do not go all over the place? More specifically, I am wanting to do the heart and Laney Blowing Bubbles. Please help me. Thank you. K Nancy June 28, 2015 • Reply Search Pinterest or google for something like ‘melted crayon art’ I also fell in love with these and decided to do with a youth group of 10-12 year olds. Some of the kiddos gave them to family members as gifts or hung them on the walls of their homes. I gathered the tops from boxes of copy paper (asked stores and offices) to contain crayon splatter, got hair dryers from thrift shop, got some canvas panels in the art room but needed more so I used that foam poster board (black & white) from dollar store. I also got hot glue guns from dollar store. azuriacarney July 29, 2015 • Reply I love this project it is so cool? Robyn August 12, 2015 • Reply I made a project by painting on a canvas, then melting small pieces of broken crayon in a few places. I found that using a heat blower works better than a blow dryer. Ella March 6, 2016 • Reply I could look all day at the crayon art! courtney June 26, 2016 • Reply Great ideas for all the broken crayons us parents have laying around Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.