I can't believe I have that many, so thank you, all, for following and commenting.
About a week ago, I decided to finally try this awesome arty thing that I've seen all over pinterest and we heart it.
All you need for it is:
~source of heat (hair dryer/ fire)
All you have to do is glue really good quality crayons such as crayola, to desired place and blast with a hair dryer. Or what's even better is sticking it in front of the fire, leaning against something - but be sure to put some paper under the canvas, you know for the wax waste.
For the one I did, I cut out 2 pieces of paper circled at the top an stuck it under the crayons to block the wax from that part. When I was finished and the wax was hard I removed those papers and replaced them with black paper in the form of 2 people under umbrellas. But I have no photos because there's a problem with blogger uploading system so sorry!!
But here's a few similar to mine:
Okay I can't exactly find the right one but basically it's raining colour and there is a man on one side under an umbrella and a woman on the other side under an umbrella and their both looking at each other.
Has anyone else tried this?
If you haven't then I highly recommend it! Even if your not one bit artsy it is sooo easy.
Happy crayon melting!