Monday’s Make-it … {diy crayon monograms}

How was ur weekend? Mine included a trip to Mrs. Green’s Natural Market (in keeping with my ‘eating healthier’ this new year) so hubby and I stocked up on several oooh sooo delicious organic foods. Do you drink organic milk? It is + tastes soooo fresh (yum yum yum, slurp!). Ok, onto today’s post …..If you’re a mother with kids attending elementary school, you might come across piles of old crayons sitting around, waiting to be tossed away. But don’t throw them out just yet!!!! Lisa, a mother herself, has created the perfect way to turn old crayons into teachers’ gifts, as featured at her kid-friendly blog, Rainy Tuesday Mornings! Here’s an overview of Lisa’s creation. Gather crayons + glue …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Broken crayons are kind of nostalgic, don’t you think?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8″x8″ shadowboxes make the perfect base!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Use an exacto knife to aid you in breaking off just the right amount!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A little bit of glue goes a long way…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And … done! Broken crayons have never looked so good huh?! What an ingenious way to use up those abandoned crayons while giving the perfect gift to a school teacher! Now that’s economical and special. Head over to Lisa’s blog, Rainy Tuesday Mornings, to check out in detail how to make your very own crayon monograms. Thanks a bunch, Lisa, for inspiring the child in us to play with crayons all over again!

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10 Responses to Monday’s Make-it … {diy crayon monograms}

  1. So incredibly clever. I think these are the cutest. How fab would the entire alphabet in theses be in a nursery or playroom?!

  2. homestilo says:

    This looks like so much fun. But something else I’m loving is that video snippet on your sidebar.

    • Ada says:

      Glad u like!!! Good eye Santa, u noticed it before I did, my web developer is working on a few changes to our web!

  3. hello ada – i AM a teacher, and would love to get one of those really cute works of art. thanks for sharing!

  4. Amanda says:

    This is very cute. I was thinking what I could give my daughter’s teacher at the end of the year that is unique, this is perfect.

  5. Theresa says:

    This craft project is such a cute idea. I’m even thinking a pretty crafty kid could do this project. And, it’s economical. How do you come up with these great ideas?!

    • Ada says:

      Hi Theresa, yep .. ultra economical. Oh, but we curate (find a lot of these DIYs) … so I didn;t make it, wonderful Lisa did!!

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