Thursday, February 11, 2010

School Valentines- Melted Heart Crayons

This is a fun Project to do with your kids.
Everytime our crayons start to get old and broken we Recycle them. Since it's close to Valentines Day we decided to make hearts! Sooo Cute! All you need:
*Heart-shaped metal (or silicone) cookie or muffin tin.
(My hearts are about 1 1/2 inches across in size)
*Broken up Crayons (soak crayons in water to easily remove the paper)
{Most of our crayons we just break in half and they fit into the mold nicely, but you can use smaller pieces if you want it real colorful.}
If you are using a metal mold you may want to spray with cooking spray before you put the crayon pieces in.
What to do: Preheat oven to 250. Fill up mold with crayon pieces. Put on a cookie sheet and Bake about 15 minutes or until crayons are completely melted. Let cool completely and remove from mold. Smooth any rough edges by rubbing them on a piece of scrap paper.
And there you have it....Cute Recycled Crayons read to use. Try out many different shapes or simply use a small muffin tin for circles.
You can make some simple School Valentines, just stick it to cardstock paper with 2-sided sticky Foam pieces. Another fun saying is "You color my world Valentine!"

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