Dec 4, 2010

Just in time for Christmas

Now, with the Crayola Crayon Maker, kids over can take their left over crayon bits and create wild new colors with the use of a 60 watt light bulb.
It works like this – the tiny crayon nubs are placed into the melting tray and allowed to melt down. Two color combinations can be done at once and when ready can be poured down into 4 crayon molds.
If you have young kids, relatives, or grandkids, this may just be the cats meow :o)


  1. A box of Crayola crayons was my favorite thing as a child. I loved to color.

    Great idea to melt down a two color combo.

    I'm patiently waiting for my new computer to arrive by FedEx.........not looking forward to transferring all my data. I'm a wreck just thinking about it!!!!!!!!!! Ugh. I know how to use programs but the tech side I'm not too savy with.

    Hugs, Rose

  2. I just bought two packs of crayons. This sounds like a marvelous idea. I can't wait to get one.

  3. Sounds great ... but I hope it's safe for kids.

  4. I want one. I'll allow my great nephew to play with it but it's going to be mine!

    The use of the light bulb as the heat source reminds me of the Easy Bake Ovens of my childhood.

  5. Another great idea with a ready made market to sell to.

  6. Love this idea. Crayola was very smart to market this idea.


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