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Snowflake Crayons

Day 2/25 Days of Christmas

Snowflake Crayons

Day 2 of our 25 Days of Gifting is geared towards the little ones you may have on your Christmas list this year. The Weaver family is a clan of 7, and since I am the oldest of five, I still have younger siblings to gift for. Although Lizzie, the youngest of the Weaver children, may just be growing out of crayons, I just couldn’t resist doing this DIY project. (Also, it happens to be one of the easiest projects we have set up…so no excuses! Just kidding…but really.)

 

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WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

  • Crayons
  • A baking sheet mold (Either silicone or aluminum)

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Unwrap your crayons. I found that the cheaper the crayon, the easier this process will be. So go raid your local dollar store!

 

  • Lightly grease your pan. Since this is a Christmas project, I used a snowflake mold pan.

 

  • Break your crayons into small pieces and fit them into your molds.

 

  • Set your oven for 250°, and allow your crayons to melt completely. This will be about 7-10 minutes, or until you can see the tops of the molds fully melted.

 

  • Once your crayons are out of the oven, allow it to sit for a minute, then place it into your fridge for 5 minutes to cool.

 

  • Once cooled, you will be able to flip your pan and your reinvented crayons will pop right out! If not, give the bottom of the pan a little tap.

 

 

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Hope you enjoy this simple, kid-friendly project! Better yet, I hope your little gift recipient loves their new craft supply. Don’t forget to share with us your versions!

 

 

 


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