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Re: Used crayons/ encaustic painting

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Laurann65
Mon, 12 Oct 1998 15:31:06 EDT


My professor in college had made a wood 'box' with a lightbulb inside, it was
designed to hold a muffin tin, in each muffin space we put a different color
of old crayons. They melted, but weren't too hot. We used Q-tips to apply
them to do encaustic painting.
:) Laura Allan

the oldIn a message dated 10/12/98 8:05:32 AM Central Daylight Time,
MrsSpyboy writes:

<< I have a great idea for recycling those small broken crayons! I used to
use
them for encaustic painting! The kids loved it! I would melt the crayons
and
allow the children to use old paintbrushes to paint the wax on small pieces
of
scrap wood. They built the wax up layer upon layer and make lovely sculpted
paintings they were proud of! They are so unique that it inspires the
students to the point that they don't want to stop! LOL! >>