How to Make a Melted Crayon Canvas

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How to Make a Melted Crayon Canvas
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Start by picking the color crayons you want to use and Glue them into your canvas. **note the number of crayons will vary, it just depends on how big your canvas is, you can go edge to edge with them.

Start by picking the color crayons you want to use and Glue them into your canvas. **note the number of crayons will vary, it just depends on how big your canvas is, you can go edge to edge with them.

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Next using a blow dryer on High heat, low air setting, start to blow dry the crayons so they melt!!!

Next using a blow dryer on High heat, low air setting, start to blow dry the crayons so they melt!!!

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Continue blow drying the crayons!

Continue blow drying the crayons!

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And they'll start to melt!!!

And they'll start to melt!!!

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Keep blow drying until your melt becomes what you want it to be, **note** as they begin to dribble down, they cool, so if you want a line to go further you'll have to blow dry the lines.

Keep blow drying until your melt becomes what you want it to be, **note** as they begin to dribble down, they cool, so if you want a line to go further you'll have to blow dry the lines.

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Keep going!!! :)

Keep going!!! :)

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And I'm extending them all the way down to the bottom (what will later become the top) of the canvas.

And I'm extending them all the way down to the bottom (what will later become the top) of the canvas.

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Finished!!!! :)

Finished!!!! :)

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Then, using a hot glue gun, glue on your fake flowers in an arrangement you like!!

Then, using a hot glue gun, glue on your fake flowers in an arrangement you like!!

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This is just an alternative I made for a friends baby girls bed room. :) HAPPY MELTING!!! Follow and share!!! I'm on Pinterest as well!! Look for more tutorials!

This is just an alternative I made for a friends baby girls bed room. :) HAPPY MELTING!!! Follow and share!!! I'm on Pinterest as well!! Look for more tutorials!

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