This blog started as letters to my daughter to chronicle our family's hands-on journey to reduce our ecological impact. Through conversations, compost, fabric, and small baby steps, these letters reflect our evolution into something more healthy, local, aware, and community-centered.
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Melted Crayon Bliss
We just can't seem to get enough of melting down old crayons into new shapes. Friends gave us their old shell and animal molds and silicon muffin cups. You can see what we've done with them. It amazes me each time how my children experiment with mixing different colors, surprised when they create browns and blacks. We love photographing all the colors and sharing these waxy creations with friends.
(One of our first crayon adventures is documented here.)