I'm a total Pinterest addict! This project has been on my to-do list from the very beginning. I just knew it would look great on my son's wall, and I was right! Here is the finished product:
64 count Crayola crayons + 48 Count Crayola Crayons
16 X 20 inch stretched canvas
Glue gun and glue sticks
What I did:
1. Took out the colors of crayons I wanted and arranged them according to my liking. I arranged them in a wave-like pattern because I think it gave it an interesting twist instead of just lining them up.
2. Glue the crayons onto the canvas, making sure the Crayola name is showing.
3. Use the blow dryer on hot/high setting to melt the crayons.
4. Spray with finishing spray.
This cost me about $10 and took less than an hour. LOVE IT!!!
(and a BIG thank you to my sister who helped me make it!!!)
I love the chevron twist you gave the melted crayons!ReplyDelete
I've heard of chevron twist, but didn't know that's what I did. Thanks for the info!Delete
I do like the chevron twist - this project's sitting in one of my pinterest boards too - yay for you for getting it done!ReplyDelete
Thanks Jolie! I was glad to finally get it done too. I don't why I put off so long because it was so easy!Delete
This looks so fun to make!! I love easy, quick projects and I'll be trying it! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see how it turns out. That's what so fun about these, no two are ever the same. Thanks for all the comments, they make my day!Delete
Whats the finishing spray??ReplyDelete
It holds everything together? I just used what my sister had, but you can get it online or any hobby/art store. It's something like this:Delete