the life of a crayon

for all those broken bits at the bottom of your crayon box or container, they can have a second chance to live!

put the pieces in a muffin tin, probably 5 or so per cup.  I have a mini-muffin tin that works perfect for this.  preheat to 250 degrees, and they "bake" for maybe 10 minutes.  I put mine in the freezer to harden up again, probably another 10 minutes.  at last you will have new crayons; each one has 5 different colors to it.

I'm not a crafty person so much, I'm trying to be though.  this is where I'm starting from, with crayons!
it was actually my new year's resolution to become crafty and create things with Sam.  better late than never, right?!

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