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Pieces by Polly: Melted Crayon Art and Pointillism + Books

Peel crayon and heat tip over votive candle flame then press on canvas or foam core. Use at least two shades, so leave space for dots of second shade. so supervise closely kids 6 or over.

Melted Crayon Pointillism Art: Helping Little Hands

What to do with Crayons: 35 Uses for Crayons

35 amazing things to do with crayons.this one is using a tea light candle to melt the tip of the crayon

Water color crayons. Shaved onto the paper with a sharpener, then sprayed with water and sandwiched between paper and ironed. by jenniferET

Watercolor Crayon Shavings: Use a pencil sharpener to shave watercolour crayons onto paper. Spray with water, sandwich between paper & iron

Different approach to crayons on canvas - way cooler than the original method, looks like a watercolor!

DIY Wall Art: Melted Crayons on Canvas.Another take on the melted crayon art. Use a fork or tweezers to hold the crayons so you don't burn yourself. I want to try this!

finger weaving - scarves  twist loops of fabric through your fingers, add another loop, pull first fabric over each finger from back of hand toward palm, add another loop and repeat...    this is very much like loom-knitting, except you cant stop until your done... LOL

Yes this is what we did in 1988 (like the weave. use yarn) Classic finger-weaving project. recycling their old socks, outgrown tights, into a colorful homemade toy. loops of fabric cut from socks and tights (our 6 jump rope required

Totally doing this with my classroom next year!  It'll be a great way to filter the light and to provide some interest.

tissue paper window collage -- on glass door? it would be fun! Back door spring project. Not sure if I glue to window. Maybe use contact paper

Add water beads to water balloons for the coolest sensory experience ever! Try freezing them for sensory and gross motor games on a hot day.

Add water beads to water balloons for the coolest sensory experience ever! Try freezing them for sensory and gross motor games on a hot day. PLEASE SUPERVISE young children with water balloons and do not let them place in their mouth.

DIY "Stained Glass" Candle Holders...using modge podge & tissue paper!!  Great gifts for family, friends & teachers! by purple swan

DIY "Stained Glass" candle holder using modge podge & tissue paper. Easy craft that can be a cute gift or decor item!

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A variation of the alcohol-Sharpie dye method (tye-dye, too).This is so cool and easy! Tie-Dye shirts with a Sharpie Marker and rubbing alcohol.

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