Updated on January 28, 2020
If you live in a house with kids that color, you probably have some broken crayons. In our house, we get a lot of these, especially since my one year old loves to dump things. She dumps out the bucket of crayons at least once a week. This results in a LOT of broken crayons.
Instead of throwing the broken pieces away, why not make some new ones to use?
- Broken crayons
- Silicone mold
|10 minutes later . . .
The crayons just look sort of sweaty.
|25 minutes later . . .
Finished crayons. At this point I was silently freaking out
thinking the crayons were going to be all one color. I was
starting to get pretty disappointed at the whole process.
|Bottom of the crayon – Thank goodness!
See. All swirly and pretty like I had hoped!
Enjoy your new color creations! :)
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