Make it Monday

School just started and I just bought thousands of new crayons it seems. It will not be long until I have pieces of crayons everywhere as all those brand new crayons become pieces it what seems like minutes. recycling crayons

First, you need to save all of your crayon pieces. It does not matter how big or small, start a bucket to put any broken piece of crayon into. Make sure to peel the paper off before placing in the scrap crayon bucket. When you have quite a few saved up it is time to make your crayons.

What you need:

Crayons without paper

Muffin tin

Cooking spray

Oven

How to Make:

Preheat your oven to 300.

Next, you will want to break up the crayons into small pieces as this will help them melt faster. Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray. This will help the crayons pop out easier when they are hardened. The silicone baking cups work really well for this project as well.

Put the pieces of crayon into the muffin tins. You can do all of one color or mix it up however you like. Bake in the oven for about ten or fifteen minutes or until the crayons are completely melted. Remove from the oven and allow to cool. Pop them out of the muffin tins and they are ready to use.

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