DIY Crayon Alphabet Letters with Wax Paper

First of all I want to express my excitement that it is again Monday and time for the Think Outside The Toy Box Series. 
Everyone has done a wonderful job this week!!! 
This week was a little more difficult for me as time was a valuable commodity this week and there just wasn’t enough to go around. 
The theme for the week is
WAX PAPER
I had a few failures today as I tried a few new ideas but that is the fun in experimentation. Finally getting things right makes all the wrongs just learning experiences.
We finally just decided to go with making Alphabet crayons because time was running out.
 

Notice I have no patience in waiting till they were truly hardened.

 

Materials
Cookie Cutters
Wax Paper
Broken Crayons
Metal Cup
Pot
Water
Stove
 

Setup
Break the crayons into color groups. 
Put the pot with water in it on the stove and start it boiling.
 

Taking the paper off is optional although they do melt faster without it.

Add the crayons one color at a time to the metal cup to melt.
Dip the bottom of the cookie cutters into melted wax and then put them the wax paper. This will seal the bottom and keep the crayon from running.

Pour the melted crayon into the cookie cuter.
Let them cool for awhile and pop them out.
 

If you don’t give them enough time they will break.

The try them out and see what new colors you can come up with.

This post is part of the:

Think Outside the Toy Box Summer Series

The series is put together by
and me 🙂

Think Outside the Toy Box Summer Series
May 23 – Intro Post
May 26 – Glow Sticks
June 9 – Paper Grocery Bags
June 16 – Kool-Aid
June 23 – Ice Cream Cones
June 30 – Pool Noodles
July 7 – Wax Paper
July 14 – Puzzle Pieces
July 21 – Paper Cups
July 28 – Plastic Milk Jugs

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