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Make Broken Crayon Monogram Wall Art

24 March 2011 46,993 views 30 Comments

by rhonda

Whether you do this project with a brand new box of crayons or you use up the broken bits from the bottom of your art supply collection, a broken crayon monogram makes a cute piece of wall art.  Using a simple tutorial by Lisa at Rainy Tuesday Mornings, you can make a fabulous framed initial that makes a great teacher gift or a decoration for a child's bedroom.  You can use a full spectrum of colors for a playful look, or get a more refined effect by selecting crayons in specific shades.  [how to make broken crayon monograms]

Project estimate:

  • Picture frame, $1 and up
  • Paper, on hand
  • Crayons, on hand or $1
  • Glue, on hand

Total:  $1 and up

NOTE: We are not able to provide custom templates. You should be able to create them in your word processing program.

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