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No right or wrong way to be creative on any material. Especially wood.
Had a piece of wood just layin around and bought a box of crayons for a few bucks and a candle lighter and started melting!

Posted by Jen J. from Austin, Texas, United States • Published See Jen J.'s 8 projects »
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CrazyCath<3
CrazyCath<3
looks so cool, im gonna make this tommorow!
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Natalie V.
Natalie V.
Seriously awesome!
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MoFunAccesories
MoFunAccesories · 17 projects
Looks GORGEOUS on the wood! Thanks for sharing...I soooo wannna try this Happy
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Jen  J.
Jen J. · Austin, Texas, US · 8 projects
Naomi T.

Yes for sure! It would stick perfectly. The harder the surface the more bold the colors will show up.
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Naomi T.
Naomi T. · Mississauga, Ontario, CA
Do you think that this would work on left over ceramic tiles?
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Jen  J.
Jen J. · Austin, Texas, US · 8 projects
Dear Alf A,

The technique is quite simple. All you do is hold your crayon above your canvas and start melting the tip of your crayon (one at a time) and let them drip. Sometimes i will kind of shake the crayon hard to splat the rest of the drips on the canvas if that makes sense.
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Steffie S.
Steffie S. · Tilburg, North Brabant, NL · 15 projects
:O i like that
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Alf
Alf · Puerto Rico, Misiones Province, AR · 17 projects
what's the technique for melting the crayons?
I like this good work. Happy
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Kitty
Kitty · Okotoks, Alberta, CA · 18 projects
Cool!!!
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Groovy Mama
Groovy Mama · College Station, Texas, US · 11 projects
My kids have broken crayons that I have been trying to figure out what to do with it. Now I know. Looks awesome....
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