Color Me Crazy-Kids’ Crayon Crafts

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You’re always yelling at your children not to draw on the walls, keep the marker on the paper, don’t draw on the table. Well now your kids can draw on their clothes. I found this neat craft that allows kids to use their imagination while drawing on their t-shirts and breaking crayons apart. All you need to do is break the crayons, use wax paper and an iron and your kids can create a great piece of art. The best part is they won’t get in trouble for breaking all the crayons or getting their clothes dirty. If you don’t want to do a craft like this then are plenty of other crafts listed on this site for all ages. Be creative and let them do their thing. Kids grow fast, so you want to teach them early how to be crafty and use their imagination.

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  • wp socializer sprite mask 16px Color Me Crazy Kids Crayon Crafts
  • wp socializer sprite mask 16px Color Me Crazy Kids Crayon Crafts
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  • wp socializer sprite mask 16px Color Me Crazy Kids Crayon Crafts
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Comments

  1. What a wonderful idea. I babysit my grandkids and am always running out of things to do.

  2. Matt Kaplan says:

    This is a great tip. By putting a simple spin on an everyday arts and crafts project like crayon drawing, it opens up great new avenues for a child’s creativity. Does the color stay or does it wash out. On one hand, having the color stay could offer the child a great artistic keepsake. On the other hand, some parents might not want their children’s clothes to permanently have the color stay. Either way, it sounds like a project many kids would enjoy and a fun way to spice up drawing. Thanks for the tip.

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