Holiday Crayon Tutorial

Supplies needed:
Crayons
Holiday Cookie Sheet
Knife
Oven
Optional
Fabric
Ribbon
Stitch Witchery

Gather your crayons
and your holiday cookie sheet. 
Mine is from Target. 
Pre-heat your oven for 225
slice the wrapper off the crayons - 
it was a pain to pick it off!
Begin filling your holes with FIVE whole crayons 
broken into pieces.
If you can't fit all five in right away set them aside for after they have melted a bit in the oven. 
Place  them in the oven for an hour. 
After about 20 mins - stir your crayons to make sure the colors are getting all mixed together pretty. 
Add the rest of your crayons if you weren't able to fit five in at the beginning. 
Place them in the freezer after you remove from the oven. Just wait till they easily pop out of pan. 
P.S. You need a steady hand removing them from the over so the crayon juice doesn't leak into the other holes. 
You can shave off the clear film that is left on the back. 
I made a little bag using stitch witchery since my machine was being a toot and then added a bow. 

Budget friendly, easy, 
and practical gift for the kids classmates. 

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Danielle (November 27, 2010 at 11:02 AM)  

What a great idea! I love it!

Andrea (November 29, 2010 at 8:47 AM)  

You are WAY TOO CUTE! Love ya! -Andrea

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Emily @ LaForce Be With You (November 30, 2010 at 12:15 PM)  

I really like this idea! Thanks for sharing.

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