- Shaped molds (make sure they are metal, such as muffin tins, and not ice cube trays which are usually plastic and will melt)
- Assorted crayons- either new or recycle old, broken crayons
Break the crayons into small pieces and put into each mold, filling them about 3/4 full. You can do these solid colors (which is what I did) or mix and match the colors for a tie-dyed look. Put the molds into the oven and set on 250 degrees. Mini-muffin tins, such as the ones that I used, should only take about 5 minutes so adjust the time accordingly for larger molds. These will need about an hour to fully set once taken out of the heat. Then, pop them out and enjoy!