Homemade Earth Crayons for Earth Day

today, we made earth crayons out of all our broken blue and blue crayons in honor of Earth Week. so simple to create, but they turned out amazing. it’s just another way we can
things, instead of throwing them away.
what you need:
 blue & green crayons
 muffin tin
step 1
take the paper off your crayons and break them up into small pieces. i like to use light and dark greens and blues. you can also add white if you’d like.
step 2
arrange crayon pieces in muffin tin. try to place the colors to next to different colors. fill about 3/4″- 1″ full.
step 3
place into 300º degree oven just until they fully melt. (about 20 minutes) don’t let them stay in there too long or else the colors will mix up into one color and the wax will start to smoke.
step 4
let completely cool. i let mine cool on the stove top for 15 minutes and stick in the fridge for 15 minutes and they pop right out. whala!

{participating in Funky Polka Dot Giraffe & Creation Corner linky parties }

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  1. So Cool! And so easy, too. Love it.

  2. These are so cute Jill!! Thanks for sharing the tips on how to make them.

  3. These are gorgeous! Do they ruin the muffin pan? Can’t wait to try. The Learning Lab

  4. Royena says:

    I really love this. We’re definitely doing this on Earth Day. Thank you.


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