Melted Crayon Cards for Easter

While I’m not a big fan of crafts, I do love a bit of process art. These melted crayon cards for Easter  involve my number one favourite craft activity, melting stuff! They are simple to make but do require an adult to do the melting bit. What you’ll need to make melted crayon cards: Some old crayons (the free ones…

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The Christmas Blog Tag

I was tagged by Emma from Emma Reed in the Christmas blog tag, basically I’m going to answer some questions about Christmas so you can find out how we spend it. If you like this sort of thing you can also check out the October Blog Tag. What’s your favourite Christmas Movie? I’m going to sound like a misery but actually don’t…

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Why I will be a Little Bit Glad When my Kids no Longer Believe

I am a rubbish liar. I’m crap at keeping track of what’s been said to who and I hate keeping secrets. Father Christmas may be a “white lie” but that doesn’t make the lie any easier for me to manage. I minimise how much I have to lie. There’s no elf on my shelf. The Christmas Eve box is made…

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Melted Bead Christmas Tree Decorations

I recently wrote about creating Christmas tree decorations from melted crayons to give as teacher gifts. Another teacher gift we’ve done are melted bead Christmas tree decorations. While the process to make these if fairly similar the results look totally different. This post contains affiliate links, if you buy after clicking you’ll pay the same price but I will receive…

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Melted Crayon Christmas Tree Decorations

Let me start by saying I am not a crafter. I don’t like it and I don’t possess the attention to detail to be good at it. What I do like is process art. In process art, the means of creating the art is clearly part of the end piece. My favourite kind of process art involves melting stuff. Every…

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