Melted Crayon Pumpkin Craft

October 11, 2015Allison Murray
Who says Halloween has to be black and orange? These rainbow melted crayon pumpkins are so pretty. Perfect for the season!

Who says Halloween has to be black and orange? These rainbow melted crayon pumpkins are so pretty. Perfect for the season!

 

I’m all about rainbows. I think they are fun and I think they are pretty. They are also definitely magical. There will always be a little girl inside of me that thinks rainbows and unicorns are the absolute frickin’ best. And I don’t think I’m alone :)

I’ve long seen crayon art, or drip art, but never actually tried it. There’s something about it that I have always found really, really interesting but in the end I never did try it out. I guess I was mostly inspired by my lovely friend Alexa who is the first I saw work the melting crayon art on onto a pumpkin over at her site The Swell Designer.

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Who says Halloween has to be black and orange? These rainbow melted crayon pumpkins are so pretty. Perfect for the season!

Now I had also seen a few craft fails about this exact project and that made me a little bit nervous but I have to tell you, lots of times those craft fails that can be totally misleading. I’ve seen it happen with my own projects and I have to tell you, oftentimes the people who fail don’t actually follow the directions.

I was still nervous but in the end it worked out really, really well. I mean, it’s so fun and colorful and RAINBOWS!

So head on over to Mom Spark to check out how to make your own melted crayon pumpkin. Oh, but be sure to protect your work surface because the wax is gonna fly!

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Comments (3)

  • Mike

    October 11, 2015 at 12:31 PM

    Rainbows are cool Allison! I always liked looking for them in the spring time after a heavy rain. Each color in one is special and makes a rainbow, a rainbow. And maybe this is just the child like personality that’s inside me, but ever since I was a little boy, I’ve often wondered where the ends of rainbows touch down. I admit that I’ve often wanted to walk towards one just to see! And I wanted to slide down one too! Childish I know, but I admit that I had some pretty wild dreams back then. :)

    But yeah, I’m so with you on this one. You’re not alone Allison!

    And I love this project! I never thought I’d see a rainbow pumpkin but now I have thanks to you! And the idea to used melted crayons is genius! A great idea and an excellent way to celebrate the fall season. :)

  • Kayla

    October 28, 2016 at 11:59 PM

    I love this idea .. trying it out this Halloween 2016 …would you like a pic ??

    1. Allison Murray

      October 29, 2016 at 9:11 AM

      Yes! I’d love to see yours!

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