How To Make A Melted Crayon Flower Pot Sun Catcher – Craft

This is so much fun and adorable. My daughter had so much fun designing a flower pot and watching the flowers spring to life when I ironed her craft. I think it’s a great craft for spring, summer, and Mother’s Day. 

A Flower Pot Sun Catcher with Melted Crayons! Perfect for Mother's Day, spring and summer crafts - KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com

 

Does the picture hurt your eyes?  Sorry. The sun was glaring in, but I thought it was a great time to snap a picture of the sun catcher. 🙂 It really does make me smile. It’s bright and cheerful.

 

Here’s what you’ll need to make your flower pot sun catcher:

  • 2 sheets of wax paper that are about 9″ x 9″
  • 2 paper plates
  • old crayons
  • cheese grater
  • green and orange construction paper
  • scissors
  • iron
  • towel
  • yarn

Now:

A Flower Pot Sun Catcher with Melted Crayons! Perfect for Mother's Day, spring and summer crafts - KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com

  • Cut the middle circle out of the paper plates
  • With your orange paper, cut a little flower pot
  • Using green paper, cut little stems and leaves
  • Arrange them on one of the sheets of wax paper  
  • You can place a paper plate down as a guide to stay between the sides of the circle
  • Use your grater to shave some colors off of the crayons above the stems – It only takes a little bit
  • Place the other piece of wax paper over the design
  • Place a towel under the design and iron over the top piece of wax paper
  • The wax paper should be sealed by the wax, but if your pieces of paper are shifting around use a little glue or tape to secure them in place
  • Place a plate under the design and a piece of yarn at the top
  • Place another plate over the design and glue to seal them together

A Flower Pot Sun Catcher with Melted Crayons! Perfect for Mother's Day, spring and summer crafts - KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com

  • You are done, my friend. Hang and enjoy! 
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