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Melted Crayon Ornaments! Take the top off, drop in bits of crayon (colors mix to make other colors), top back on and hold, Use hair dryer heat to the crayons until they begin to melt, & swirl.

Melted Crayon Ornaments!

It may be wrong - but I love to melt crayons!!! This Pinterest inspired project is Hot! Literally! But so much fun! Here's How it's done - What you will need: Clear glass ornaments, crayons, and a hair dryer. Take the top off of the ornament and drop in bits of crayon - not too many. Think about color mixing for best results (This is where I hope you listened to your art teacher and remember how colors mix!) Put the top back on and hold by the top. Apply heat to the crayons until they begin…

3-D christmas tree card...

3-D Christmas Tree Card Tutorial

As this Christmas card opens, a 3-D tree made from pleated paper rectangles pops out, like a small gift. Although it can be glued into any size greeting, it is especially attractive in a tall, slender card that mimics a pine tree's natural dimensions.

Button Christmas Trees - Definitely on this years holiday craft list.  These will make great ornaments, package and wine bottle decorations, and more!" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

It All Started With Paint - Our Home. My Canvas.

Our Home. My Canvas.

24 Quick Handmade Holiday Gift Ideas~

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Merry Christmas… in July! Every year I say that I’m going to get my handmade gifts done early. If this is you too, follow along for the next week as I show you some great gifts that you can make now (in 30 minutes or less), and have ready when the holidays come! If you’re …