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Muffin tin crayons are so easy to make, even a kid can do it. In fact, FishChick3 and FishBoy9 were my assistants on this project last week, though I think they could have done it themselves. These are great crayons for toddlers to grab hold of, but even my big boys thought they were cool and wanted to experiment with them.
You will need:
foil muffin papers
Lay out muffin papers on a cookie sheet or in a muffin tin. Divide old crayons by color into papers.
Place cookie sheet or muffin tin in warm oven (about 200-300 degrees) until crayons are melted. You’ll start to smell a waxy smell. Remove from oven. Do not agitate. Allow to cool completely.
Such an easy DIY gift!
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