11 Inspired Ways To Create Melted Crayon Art Design


Hey there my lovely top dreamers! How are you? Are you enjoying the beautiful days? We are always here to give you some interesting ideas to decorate your space. The paintings and other wall decors can cost a lot, but that doesn’t mean that you should leave the walls empty. For today, I have a very interesting post that is called “11 Inspired Ways To Create Melted Crayon Art” and I’m 100% sure that it will definitely catch your attention.


This type of art is all over the Internet! You can find them on Etsy, but you can also try to make one at home. Although they take a lot of time and can get boring, they are not that hard to make as they look, believe me. Let’s take a look at these ideas that I rounded up for you and draw some inspiration. You may find an art that will add color to the dull walls in your living room, bedroom or any other room in your home, who knows. Enjoy and have fun!

Fantastic Melted Crayon Art Designs


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To make all these art ideas here you will need a hot glue gun, glue stick, canvas, hair dryer, lots of crayons and newspaper. The number of the crayons will depend of your art that you have on mind. For a rainbow art on 16″x20″ canvas (like the one above), you will need two boxes of 64 crayons, plus some extras from a smaller box. Of course, you won’t need some colors, so save them for some other project.

Follow these easy steps and you won’t have any difficulties:

Step 1: Pick out the colors you want to use in your art and place them up until you run out of space.

Step 2: Make a line of glue across the crayons using glue gun. Quickly place onto canvas in a line, with tips facing down.

Step 3: Put some newspapers on the floor, place the canvas against the wall and get your blow drying on. Keep in mind that you may have to experiment a little to see how your dryer works with melting crayons. Cover the surrounding walls and floor, because it sometimes splatters a little and if needed, turn to a lower setting. Oddly, some colors melt much faster than others, yellow is particularly slow melting color. For the rainbow art you will need around one hour.

That’s it! You have a fun piece of art to decorate the white walls. You can try to make any of these interesting ideas here.

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What do you think about these melted crayon art designs? Do you like them?