Rainbow Christmas Canvas Craft -BLOGMAS DAY 20

Rainbow Christmas Canvas Craft -BLOGMAS DAY 20

I’ve always seen these adorable canvas’ all over Pinterest, and always been so obsessed with them, knowing that one day I would make one myself, and that day has come! My canvas consists of a melted rainbow crayon background with the words ‘Merry Christmas’ written with scrabble letters. It’s both an adorable little handmade gift, but also perfect as a little decoration for you to keep for yourself.


What you’ll need:

  • Canvas
  • Crayons
  • Hairdryer
  • Scissors
  • Scrabble letters
  • Hot glue gun

imgp8070-2Step 1- Peel the paper off of the crayons

Step 2- Cut crayons to the length required for your design

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Step 3- Decide where you want to place your crayons, and put them in the desired order, in terms of colour, attaching them to the canvas with the hot glue gun

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Step 4- Turn on a hairdryer at the highest heat and a low-speed, holding it about half way down the crayon and pointing down the canvas, so the crayons will melt in the right direction

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Step 5- Decide what phrase or word you want on the canvas, and use the hot glue gun to stick the scrabble letters on top of the melted crayon.

    Tip= Put the glue onto the scrabble letters, as the heat from the hot glue will melt the crayon if applied directly onto the canvas

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And there you have your amazing Melted Rainbow Crayon Canvas! I really love how mine turned out, and already know that i’m going to end up making many more.

I’m also collaborating with Hannah Slack today, so please be sure to check out here blog here

-Arty AllsortsXOXO (2)



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This is so cute! I’ve seen these all over before too but never thought to add words or letters. It would be so cute to find different shades of red and green for a Christmas one and then like spring colours for spring phrase ect. Seasonal!


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