Crayon Melter Watercolor Resist
Create frosty DIY wall art with this easy winter craft! Use the Crayola Crayon Melter and White Crayons to make a crayon resist, then paint over with Watercolors.
1 Break crayons into smaller pieces.
2 Load 2–3 crayon pieces into top of Crayon Melter unit.
3 Ask an adult to plug Crayon Melter into a power source. When red light on Crayon Melter turns green, the crayons have melted and unit is ready.
4 Hold Crayon Melter unit upright and draw snow-covered trees on cardstock.
5 When color begins to run out, add more crayons to Crayon Melter and wait approximately 1 minute for new crayons to melt.
6 Repeat steps 4–5 until design is complete. Cool for 5 minutes.
7 Paint a colorful sky on cardstock with watercolors.
8 Accent trees with glitter glue. Dry 3–4 hours.
9 Frame your winter scene & display on a gallery wall!
CIY Staff Tips:
This project uses our Crayola Crayon Melter. Adult supervision required.
For additional tips and tricks on how to use the Crayon Melter, reference the included instruction sheet.
If using wrapped crayons, use the label cutter included with the Crayon Melter to unwrap.