Crayon Redux

Unless you're one of those super-industrious teachers who meticulously cleans their classroom on the last day of school, then the beginning of school means sorting through the old stuff and making the space feel new again. One sign of a worn-in classroom is a big bucket of broken crayons. If you, like me, have one-such bucket staring you down as you begin the year, Craft Magazine's blog has just the solution you need.

Crayons that had been left abandoned become the most coveted, swirly-colored drawing tools of all! And today, the Craftzine blog offers anextra credit crayon craft. Once you've mastered recycled-crayons cookies, you can create crayon masterpieces.

Images from Craftzine.com

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