How amazing are these cute crayon molds? Perfect summer craft to do with all those left over broken crayons. You can use any silicone mold to make the melted crayons :) I used one that was shaped like stars :) This post shows my process and results… this was one of the fun projects I did for the kiddos when I was student teaching, and they absolutely loved them! Perfect gift for teachers to give to students at the start of the school year.
1. Prep the crayons: Peel wrappers off and cut into small pieces! Great for recycling already broken crayons.
2. Put the small pieces into the silicone mold.
3. Bake at 350 Degrees Fahrenheit until melted – let cool and completely harden, or to make a swirl design, use a toothpick to swirl colors together as soon as you take out of the oven, then let cool and completely harden.
Here are some silicone pans you can make some beautiful crayon molds from :) These are affiliate links (I get a small commission and you get the same great prices from Amazon)
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