Saturday, February 18, 2012

Happy 10th Birthday altered crayon project...

Here are some photos of my daughters 10th birthday and her crayon art project that we made.  Take some old broken crayons, fill a metal or silicone mold (ours was a heart mold) and bake at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes and you have a fun party favor, we then created little notebooks with each of the kids names on it so they could take home to go along with their crayons.  Great fun at a great low price!  ENJOY!

Table setting

Thanks to our local amazing cake baker she rocked out this Little Miss Chatterbox cake.

Start with some old broken crayons

Any type of metal or silicone mold    ( I chose silicone because then it just pops right out) 400 degrees and 15 minutes later.........Voila!
Finished product...beautiful heart crayons!


3 comments:

kim.scrapper said...

What an adorable project and I just love that cake. I bet everyone had fun at that party!

~Kelly~ said...

Awe thank you so much Kim, the girls had a great time and this mom was tuckered out by the end of the party.

Nicole said...

Kelly the decor is super cute, this party looks like a ton of fun. Love the crayon project. My lil's B-day is in MAY have any ideas for a hello kitty party??

Oh the image that I used on my card is from papershelter.com (a great digital image company)