4.25.2012

Melt a Rainbow

Last week Nashville was teased by Mother Nature once again and had another cold spell come through.  Just when i thought that it was already summer i found myself quickly running to grab my coat and crank the heat back up.  So to lift my deprived summer spirits i colored a rainbow.  Well sort of.  Im sure that you all have seen this before with the whole meting crayons fad… but because im 12 years old- i had to try it out! 



All i had to do was hot glue a row of brand new crayons at the top of a canvas.  Then i just turned on my hair dryer and laughed with glee as the colors easily ran down the canvas and mixed together.  This project could not be any easier!



Next time i will buy an extra box of the neon or bright crayons to mix it up with the regular 64 set to really make my rainbow pop!
  Come on summer!
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    1. Thanks love! This would be fun to do with a girls group wine/art night... because you don't really have to pay attention when making it!

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  2. Ohhhh! I wish I had been there when you did that!! Soooooo cool! You are brilliant!

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    1. Thanks love! Now that i know how to make it i want to make one for your classroom! And maybe add an art quote to the bottom! :) Let me know what you think!

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  3. I showed my daughter your project and we both were itching to go and get a canvas and a box of crayons. It looks like so much fun and I love the runny rainbow!

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    1. oh you should!!! You guys would have so much fun! :)

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  4. I so get that. I want to try this too and just haven't gotten around to it. How fun. Thanks for sharing this week on BeColorful and here's to warmer days ahead this week. :D
    pam

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  5. Looks like satisfying fun! Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina

    By the way, you have word verification on and sometimes bloggers don't realize it's on. It can limit the number of folks commenting and interacting. If you need help with turning it off I have a post that can help. Http://igottacreate.blogspot.com. Bloggy tips 101

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    1. Thanks Cristina! I had no idea... took care of it! Thanks for your honesty- still trying to figure out this new bloggy world! :)

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  6. Very creative! Cute blog, too~Angie

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    1. Thanks Angie- i'm going to check out yours right now! :)

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