Before you begin: Remove all the labels from your crayons (I initially learned this the hard way, the crayon labels won’t conform to the pumpkin shape). Break them in half for this project; you won’t need the entire crayon to get a cool looking result.
Also set up your work area with surface covers or trash bags. It is best if you do this project outside, as not to get any wax remnants flying onto your carpeting, floor, or walls, it has a tendency to do this.
3. Apply heat on high using a hair dryer. I was impatient and did it on high. The wax from the crayons melts faster; however, it does splatter outwards and is messier this way. It takes 30-1 minute for each of the crayons to melt and drip. There’s really no rhyme or reason and some of the crayons wanted to pool at the top. Just go with the flow and have fun! It’s kinda an abstract craft after all.
I think the pumpkin turned out super fun and awesome. This is a great project for those who don’t like carving or are wanting a unique pumpkin alternative.
What do you think? Will you give this rainbow pumpkin a go?
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