Today’s gift is for the kids! I am personally making these for the kids in Sebastian’s class (there are only 9 of them). It is super simple, helps make use of those old broken crayons and the kids can help too.
You will definitely need this … it is a silicone mold of the alphabet. I found a few on Amazon but liked this one for the size of the letters.
Then you simply take the wrapper off the old (or new if need be) crayons, break them into pieces and put them into the molds.
I made a list of the kids I was making them for then tallied up the number of each letter that I needed to make. So I had enough and so I wasn’t making letters I didn’t need.
Once you fill your molds, place it in the oven at 230 degrees for 15 min or until fully melted. Take out and let cool until the crayons have re-hardened.
That’s it! How fun and easy. I’m just putting the letters all in a cellophane bag to gift to the kids. They can spell out their name when they got to play with them.