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Use to make matches
Use a hand-held pencil sharpener to make crayon shavings. Crumble the shavings and use as glitter-like decorations. (Eeks)
Make greeting cards by drawing a picture in crayon and then painting over it with water colors. This will make the crayon stand out. (Eeks)
Melt old crayons together and use cookie cutters to make fun shapes for younger kids. (Dennis)
Keep worn down crayons in a toolbox for handy marking pencils. (Shelley)
Create a vase by melting different colored crayons over an old bottle. Let the wax drip randomly. (Shelley)
Make creative envelope seals by dripping crayon wax onto the back of an envelope. Make a special imprint in the wax if you want. (Shelley)
Use different colors to highlight important events on the calendar. (Shelley)
Use for drawing on easter eggs before you dip them in the dye. The dye won't adhere to the wax and it will leave pretty designs.
Keep in an arts and crafts box.
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