Crayons are not just for kids anymore. Using some sort of heat source, such as a hair dryer, a hot plate, an iron or an oven, parents could turn the broken or unused crayons to a colorful artwork with different styles. Of course you can get your children to help along the way. Here are lots of melted crayon art ideas. These finished artwork can make great gifts or party favors. If you’re looking for an easy, fun and budget friendly art project for parents and kids, you can’t go wrong with melted crayon art.
Glue crayons to a piece of cardboard or to the a canvas. Then get a blow dryer, tunr it on, and hold at an angle. The crayon will start to melt and drip in the direction of the hot air. Put cardboard behind the art piece, the crayon will splatter. You can also do this by placing the art outside if it is over 100 degrees. source.
Crayon Art! Very cool. Tape off the white with Painter’s tape. Then after melting crayons, place stencil over bottom, mark with toothpick/chalk and then paint black acrylic paint once stencil is removed.