Crayon Canvas Art

Hello friends,



Crayons waste you are confused with , use them to decorate your home with canvas wall art with crayon melting technique


Today I 'm sharing my new found love for mixed media, 
Mixed media,  refers to an artwork in the making of which more than one medium has been employed.

I have tried out mixed media scrapboard here, mediums used are wax crayons melting  acrylic paint and distress ink! 



This picture of ours was clicked for Holi and wanted the background to match the splash effect :)

For the background I started playing around with crayons and hair dryer. 



Supplies You'll Need 

LOTS of Crayons

Tweezer

Hair Dryer Canvas 


Grab your canvas and a color and start!! I suggest starting with a corner, its easier to build upon. If you want a watercolor look, keep it flat.



The next step is the easiest and the harderst. Peel those crayons and get to blow drying. 
I held the crayon with the tweezer to heat action and then heating them up that way. There is definitely a method to doing all of this properly . 


tried one more method and kept the canvas vertical while melting orange crayons. If you want the watercolor smeary look then keep yours flat but if you want the drippy look then this is the way to do it. Also, rotating the canvas every now and then helps keep the drippy things interesting!



love the effect here

 Make your own and let me see them!! 


Next I worked on with a peice Bubble Wrap and white Acrylic paint


stencilled background


Further down on the canvas created background using bubble wrap n distress inks,
this is how the whole background came up with stamping and embellishing!


here found splash looks like a horse running in the sun, what say??




Stamped directly on the canvas n loved its effect !


Finally added a few embellishments here .



participating at

BGC#66 - Mixed media!



would love to see if u have tried this !


Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog. I love to hear from you & truly appreciate your feedback. Have a crafty day!






Regards


Sharada Dilip



Comments

  1. Very nice.....I loved the way u played with the crayons and the hook was awesome.....

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  2. Great attempt Sharadha. Loved the melted crayon effect. ..maybe a craft iron will also help in this. Nice take on holi with vibrant colors. ..way to go. Hugs.

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    1. aww... surely will give that a try rupa

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  3. Beautiful canvas, Sharada. Great technique and beautiful layers. Love it!!

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    1. wowie, thanks shilpa coming from u feels great ..

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  4. How lovely! I've been hunting for Holi crafts suitable for my toddler... perhaps this is it. At least he'll enjoy breaking the crayons for me :D I'll definitely be trying this out soon.

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    1. thanks for dropping in, great to hear that will love to see what u make ;)

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  5. Very colorful & vibrant project :) crayon melting Seems a super cool technique :) would love to try it soon :)

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    1. aww thanks dear, will love to see what u make

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  6. Wow! what a work. Being a beginner im actually happy to see some do-able and interesting techniques there :) The outcome is lovely !

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  7. Beautiful Canvas and i loved your crayons splatter technique ! Thanks for playing with us @BGC :) !

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  8. How cool! Love how you got creative with the crayon and the hairdryer!
    That background is fabulous!

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    1. thanks yyam, you have always inspired me to do more with less :)

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  9. Wow nice ! Love the splah effect !
    thanks for playing with us at BGC this month !

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    1. Thanks so much for the visits and comments :)

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  10. loving all the colors! its beautiful.

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    1. Thanks so much for the visits and comments :)

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  11. Wow! You showed, that we don't need special medium to create something beautiful. Thank you for the tutorial. Splash effect is great!
    thank you for sharing at BGC!

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    1. Thanks so much for the visits and comments :)

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  12. Wow! I love mixed media Sharada and this is such a gorgeous project! :) We should meet up soon.
    Thank you for linking to our Holi Giveaway.

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting & taking the time to comment on my blog.

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