Well I have seen simply lovely up-cycled crayons in a host of wonderful shapes created by melting old wax crayons in silicone moulds. Well I thought this would be easy and despite the mould I used saying FOR WATER ONLY and it being an ice cube tray and NOT reading any instructions (thinking I'd seen crayons on numerous blogs using cute little ice cube moulds, like the ones at counting coconuts), what an klutz I put the ice cube tray in the oven do not do this I repeat DO NOT PUT ICE CUBE TRAY IN OVEN!!! I succeed very well at melting the tray quicker than even the crayons and boy did it smell, well done me. It would seem I'm not the only one Crafty Rachel did the same but hers didn't melt instead were ruined by dye. So moral of story READ next time, melt crayons then pour into mould OR use a silicone muffin tray NOT ice-cube tray. Then I may end up with some lovely crayons like the ones made by kitty garden makes:( Sad melted tray. Pictures are being taken today by three year old, I was told it was his job (hence blurriness, angles and colour sorry)
Pushing out without breaking. One positive tip, plunge into cold water prior to pushing out lessens breaking.
We did get some crayons! Just need more practice!!!