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Do you know what you're looking at? No, it's not candy; it's crayons! Even better, it's beautiful, new crayons you can make from your old, broken crayons. Magic!
Instructables, one of our favorite websites, has an easy 10-step guide (with photos) to turning your old crayons into supercute new art supplies — and great gifts for baby showers and kids' goodie bags!
Learn how to remake your crayons. According to the creator, Instructables member SomArtMama, making these crayons is easy, yet a bit time-consuming, and all you need are wax crayons, aluminum cans, wooden sticks, a large pan and candy molds (which is how you get these great shapes).
Note: Be sure to keep these crayons away from younger children, who may be tempted to eat them. Honestly, I'm a bit tempted to take a nibble myelf.
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