When you have a hair dryer, canvas, a kitchen knife, a cardboard piece or paper plate and a lot of crayon, all you have to do is click artisticjunkie and see how these common materials can turn melted crayons into more than just drippy colors.
Amanda Bailard’s take on melted crayon “painting” is bold, beautiful, colorful and fun to do. She even gives tips for blowing and heating the hair dryer to achieve effects from your 5-year-old’s crayons into a watercolor painting that could be mistaken for nouveau art. Picasso would be proud of you.
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