How To Recycle Crayons Easter Bunny Style Tutorial

Easter is an amazing time and a great opportunity to have fun with kids and get them learning. Today I am sharing a fun and colourful tutorial for making recycling old crayons as an Easter craft.

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I’ve alway been a fan of the quote, “Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without”. It’s one of my favourite quotes and today, we are recycling and reusing old crayons to create something new.

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It’s a fab idea and something the kids will love to make and enjoy to use after. You can make this with any shape mould but as it’s an Easter themed post we are making Easter Bunny Crayons on the blog today.

Do Enjoy.

Easter Bunny Crayons

What’s Needed

In order to recycle old crayons you will need to gather the old and broken crayons you find around the home. You also need a mould which could be any shape.

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As it’s Easter we will be using an Easter Bunny Candy Mould. There are so many different moulds to choose from.

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Preheat oven to 275 degrees.

Peel the paper off the crayons and make sure they are broken into very small pieces.

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Fill each bunny mould with different colours, or your own colour choices.

Recycle CrayonsBake in the oven for 5-7 minutes or completely melted.

Remove from oven and let cool completely and pop out of moulds.

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Once the crayons are ready it’s time to colour and have some fun.

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I hope you enjoyed the tutorial. It’s easy simple and a great way to be frugal, recycle and not waste.



Here are another 10 Fun Easter Activities Your kids may be interested in. Let me know what you think?


Easter Activities For Kids

Fuzzy Chicks Easter Eggs Decorating – Easy Peasy and Fun

Food Dye Coloured Easter Eggs – Red Ted Art’s Blog

Valentines Day Color by Numbers Bunny Rabbit – Trail Of Colors

Easter Party Supplies – Itsy Bitsy Fun

Paint Filled Eggs on Canvas – Growing A Jeweled Rose

Watercolor Crayon Resist Easter Egg Hunt – Mom Inspired Life

Erupting Easter Eggs – Adventures Of Adam

Toilet Roll Easter Bunnies – Happy Hooligans

Easter Fine Motor Activity Color Matching Activity – Little Bins for Little Hands

Gak Filled Easter Eggs – Kids Activities Blog

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  1. This is so awesome! I am going to be doing this with the kids we have so many broken crayons from my two-year-old this is fabulous! Thank you thank you thank you for sharing!

  2. These are SO. CUTE! Now I’m anxious to make some with my kids – we have about a zillion crayons in our house that never get colored with because they aren’t “new” anymore. This is such a great way to revive them and make them cool again so they aren’t being wasted anymore!

  3. This super adorable! I have always wanted to try making my own crayon molds like this. A friend said the part that takes the longest is unwrapping the crayons. Do you have a suggestion for that process.

  4. What an awesome idea. I have a ton of small crayon parts just in a bucket that my daughter broke. I kept them for something, but I wasn’t sure what. I knew there had to be fun crafts like this to make use of them!

  5. It’s so very easy! It would be nice to do this with all the crayons that the twins used to use for school when they were little. It’s a nice giveaway for kids.

  6. My daughter and I have done something similar before. It’s really fun and it’s a great way to recycle old crayons. We sort them according to color though so that she can still use the original colors.

  7. I love this idea. My son is to young right now for crayons. Everytime I give him one he ends up eating it least tries to so colored pencils for now. I definitely will keep this for when he does.

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