Magic is all around! Create a shimmering unicorn canvas with the new Crayola Crayon Melter. #CrayolaCIY
Place the carbon paper on top of the canvas and tape it in place.
Add the unicorn printout overtop of the carbon paper and tape it in place as well.
Use the end of the paint brush handle to trace the outline of the unicorn printout onto the canvas.
Once you have completed tracing the image use the label cutter included with the Crayon Melter to unwrap the crayons you want to use for your unicorn design. Break the crayons into smaller pieces.
Load 2-3 crayon pieces into the top of the Crayon Melter unit.
Plug the Crayon Melter into a power source (adult assistance required). When the red light on the Crayon Melter turns to green, the crayon pieces have melted and the Crayon Melter is ready to use.
Hold the Crayon Melter unit upright and start tracing the carbon outline on the canvas to fill in the picture. Use different kinds of crayons like metallic or glitter to create different affects.
When the colour begins to run out, add more crayon pieces to the Crayon Melter and wait approximately 1 minute for the new crayons to melt.
Once you are finished creating your unicorn and the melted crayon wax has dried, use Crayola Metallic Markers to add a fun saying to your picture like “Magic Is All Around”.
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