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How to Make Crayons

By: Monica M


  Crayons are fun to make and are very useful after wards! Get the kids or some friends and make away!


Instructions



 
Things you will need:
  • 1 cup Ivory Snow soap powder (this brand is the most gentle for skin)
    · Food coloring (as many colors as you'd like)
    · 2 tablespoons hot water
    · 1 small mixing bowl for each color crayon you want to make
    · Ice tray or candy mold (for the crayon molds)
    · Mixing spoon
Step
1

In a large mixing bowl, stir the soap flakes and hot water until the mixture thickens.

 

Step
2

Spoon an even amount of the mixture into each of the small bowls.

 

Step
3

Add a few drops of the food coloring into each of the bowls. Keep mixing in more color until your mixture is a thick paste.

 

Step
4

Spoon even amounts of the crayon mixture into the molds. Make sure there are no air bubbles in the paste.

 

Step
5

Set your crayon molds aside to dry. Be patient -- it can take up to a week to dry fully.

 

Step
6

After the molds are dry, remove your new crayons from the mold. Set them aside somewhere they will not be disturbed. Let your crayons dry for another day or two.

 

 

 

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