First, you (or your kids) will need to gather a bunch of crayons and peel the wrappers off. Don't mind the perfectly lined up row of crayons - my daughters have my OCD tendencies..Ha!
And peel some more. :)
Now you will need some silicon molds. I found these ones at Dollar General for a DOLLAR! :) Can't beat that. These were actually labeled as ice trays, but they work the same. Just make sure whatever molds you are going to use are oven safe!
Next you break up your crayons into little pieces and randomly put them into the molds. Don't be afraid to fill them up! As you can see it looks like I put a LOT in there, but in the end I could of added more.
Leave them in there for ten minutes, or until all of the crayons have melted together.
If you're like me, you will keep turning the oven light on the check on them.. :)
This is what they will look like when they are done!
When you pull them out of the oven, put them into the fridge until they are solid.
Take them out of the fridge and (carefully) pop the crayons out of the molds.As you can see, the skull and crossbones crayons aren't pictured. They kept cracking when I was trying to take them out of the molds. :( The pumpkin ones all came out fine, and look how adoralbe they are!
Thank you for stopping by my blog today! I probably won't be back until after the wedding (which is only EIGHT days away, might I add!!) Talk to you then! :)