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Create these fun Lego crayons with all of the broken crayons you have lying around the house or classroom! Kids will love helping to make these too!

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How to Make Lego Crayons

Make Your Own Lego Crayons

These Lego crayons are so much fun to play and color with! The larger size makes them perfect for little hands to color with. And they are less likely to break when coloring too.

This is the perfect recycled craft for re-using old crayons! And if you love recycled crafts, see my recycled crafts for kids books.

DIY Lego Crayons

Watch the Video Tutorial!

You only need a silicone mold to make these. You can also use the mold to make ice chalk too!

Lego Crayons DIY

Supplies Needed

Make Your Own Lego Crayons

How to Make Your Own Lego Crayons 

Note – Adults to do the baking process. Kids can help break up the crayons and find broken crayons around the house!

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Put water in a bowl and add the crayons inside.

Put Crayons in Water

Let the crayons soak in the water until the labels start to easily peel off.

Peel Off Label from Crayon

3. Break the crayons into smaller pieces.

We sorted by color but you can also mix and match colors.

Break Crayons Into Pieces

4. Fill the mold.

Add Crayon Pieces to Mold

5. Heat for about 3-5 minutes.

Watch to ensure the crayons have melted. It may take more or less time depending on your oven and the amount of crayons used.

Bake the Crayons

6. Let the crayons cool.

Once done, remove the mold from your baking pan and let cool. You can also place on a flat surface in the freezer for around 20 minutes, or until your crayons are cool and solid.

7. Carefully remove the crayons from your molds.

Remove the crayons by stretching the sides of the molds and pressing up on the bottom of each crayon.

Take Lego Crayon Out of Mold

Now is the fun part, kids will love coloring with these new crayons!

Coloring with Lego Crayons

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