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go crayola go!
I saw a picture of this on pintrest but I have no idea who first posted the idea.

The canvas I used is about 24x30cm with a 24 pack of crayons. I had no idea where to put the brown and pink so they just got end spots.

Posted by Lacey from La Cañada Flintridge, California, United States • Published See Lacey's 30 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Hot glue the crayons to the canvas in whatever order you like.

    Set up somewhere you don't mind getting a bit dirty (wax might fly).

    I used the high setting on my hair dryer so it melted faster but it made the wax move around a bit. If you want straighter lines use a lower setting and use more time.

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Nicole  <.
Nicole <.
cool
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RawR <3.
RawR <3.
!awsome! but wat kind of canvas did u use
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Ranya T.
Ranya T.
I can't see all of the words. Can you repost them? 8D
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Margo W.
Margo W.
Wow, that's awesome, I'm definitely gonna try this once Happy
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Death or Plumbing!
Death or Plumbing! · 1 project
Never thought of this before!! So cool! Definitely gonna give it a go! Thanks for sharing! *Mwa!*
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David T F.
David T F. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 5 projects
my son did this project and had fun doing it I will have to post his soon
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Lacey
Lacey · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 30 projects
i'm not sure how a sealant would work. a small test piece might be the best way to see the results.
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RedHead Love R.
RedHead Love R. · 4 projects
I'm concerned about the crayons chipping off when I give it away as a christmas gift. Do you think a sealant would work-maybe Mod Podge?
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Angie G.
Angie G.
I Love This !!!!! Happy
Edward R.
Edward R.
Love
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Lacey
Lacey · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 30 projects
i think paper would be too light unless it was cardstock perhaps. no idea if pastels would work. give it a try and find out, i guess
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