Use a fun crayon melting tool to design unique paper plate Christmas ornaments with the kids!
Author: Amanda Formaro
Paper platesuse mini paper plates for smaller ornaments
Crayola Crayon Melter
First, you'll need to peel the paper off the crayons, then break them into a few pieces.
Next, push a crayon piece into the end of the melter. Be sure to read the instructions in the box as a little crayon goes a long way!
Be sure to have some scratch paper nearby. Practice on the scrap paper and work on the paper until you get the flow you want.
Hold the melter upright and draw your designs onto the paper plate, make sure you cross over the center circle line as we will be cutting these out!
As I mentioned above, a little crayon goes a long way, so use up one color first before switching to the next.
Keep adding designs using as many different colors as you like!
The crayon dries very quickly so you should be ready to turn the paper plate over and cut out the center circle.
Use a hole punch to create a hole at the top of your ornament.
Tie some string through the hole as a hanger.
This project for Paper Plate Melted Crayon Ornaments was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/paper-plate-melted-crayon-ornaments/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.