Here is another great way to repurpose your RoseArt Crayons. It is also a great indoor activity to try with your kids this fall!
*Please be careful with this craft, and please have an adult supervise the activity as there is a warm oven involved!
Here are the supplies needed for this craft:
- RoseArt Crayons
- USA Gold #2 Pencil
- White heavy stock paper
- Cooking sheet
- Working oven
Start by preheating your oven to 250 degrees.
Then, outline a simple design on your white paper with your USA Gold #2 Pencil. Since it’s the fall season, I decided to draw a tree trunk with branches, in hopes that the fall colors and leaves will really pop!
Place the drawing on a cooking sheet and into the warm oven for approximately 10 minutes or until the cooking sheet is hot. Please be careful!
Once out of the oven, immediately color the paper with your RoseArt Crayons – and let the transformation begin!
As you will see, the warm surface allows the crayons to glide across the page as you draw. It was so fun to try, and it created a completely different drawing experience! You will notice the crayons melt, change texture and the colors will become more vibrant!
Because there were so many leaves and colors to fill the paper, my paper would get cool and then the melting effect wasn’t happening. To keep the paper warm, I placed the cooking sheet and paper in the oven a second time to quickly warm it up to get the same melting effect. It worked out quite nicely!
Try this activity with several different designs to see how the crayons and colors transform! Enjoy the beautiful fall season!