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Melted Crayon Luminaries

By: Amanda from auntpeaches.com
Updated July 16, 2019
Melted Crayon Luminaries
Melted Crayon Luminaries
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Try out a DIY paper bag lantern craft this summer with these Melted Crayon Luminaries. These easy-to-make kid's crafts only require crayons, some paper bags, and a candle, and you've got your very own paper lantern for an evening of glowing fun. It's a great outdoor summer craft that kids will love, and you can watch them run around the backyard and play by the light of their own decorated paper bag lanterns. Their designs will glow in the summer evenings and ensure their enjoyment outdoors. Melted crayon crafts are always fun for children, so check out this one for a fun project.

Estimated CostUnder $10

MaterialsCandle Wax, Paper

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Easy

SeasonSummer

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens

Project TypeMake a Project

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These luminaries are very pretty and using the crayon me,ting technique really gives this an artistic flair! Use white, silver or red and green for winter holidays and decor, oranges and reds for fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving, red, white and b,he for summer, etc. you could also,opt for those battery operated stick up LED lights for a bigger glow than battery tea lights if you want a bolder look..and still be safe!

These are so pretty and I never melted crayons when I was growing up. I am sure all kids will love these Melted Crayon Luminaries and they would be so pretty sitting outside along the deck on a peaceful night or even on a table for candlelight .I also do not trust the paper bags and real candles so I would also use the battery operated tea lights.Does it work with these as lights? I hope so because I would love to make some with grand kids.

The idea of paper and fire with kids is a little scary. I love the look of these, but I think I will use those battery-powered tealights, instead!

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