2 crayons per mold, broken into pieces, set them on cookie sheets and popped them in the oven at 250 degrees for about 10 minutes (until they were completely melted). Cooling took about 20 minutes until they firmed up. this could be a neat Christmas craft -- making stocking stuffers for our kiddos!!
Cookie Cutter Crafts & Gifts to Make — What To Do This Weekend
Cookie Cutter Crafts and Gifts to Make 3. Shaped Crayons: Do you save your kids' crayon nubs? If so you can melt them down and create new crayons in fun shapes using cookie cutters. Even if you don't have old crayons to recycle, you can do this with new crayons and make some cute stocking stuffers or gifts for young friends.
*Melted Crayon Art - This site has links to tutorials for several different kinds of beautiful and interesting Melted Crayon Art - This one is simple and can easily be used with children - If You Have A Lot Of Broken Crayons Lying Around, Make Some Paintings. - (Check them all out!)