It has been cold, gray and dreary here...February is seldom anything but in our neck of the woods. While I find solace in the beauty of snow (really!), and know that spring will be here very soon, here's an easy craft R, G and I created to brighten our kitchen windows.
It's an old-school craft, one that I can handle. I am not creative with crafts, in fact, I stand in awe of Allison's amazing blog, but this was a simple idea that even I could master. I recall doing something similar in grade school, and while this isn't edible, it certainly helped bring some light to our kitchen!
First, I shaved some old crayon bits with our kitchen grater:
I cut some pieces of waxed paper into squares and had the boys sprinkle bits of crayon on the waxed paper:
I topped with another piece of waxed paper and covered it with a towel. I then ironed the towel for 30 seconds on high to melt the crayon pieces:
And then, we cut out heart shapes and placed them in our window:
They make me happy everytime I see them!
Happy Valentine's Day!