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Wax Crayon Quilt Blocks

During our church summer program, all the children used Dollar Tree crayons to color quilt blocks. Each color block represented a different program.

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After they drew something from their memories of the program, we ironed them with a sheet of Cut Rite wax paper between the fabric and the iron. It not only helps to protect your iron, but also, adds a little extra wax to keep it permanent. If done right, it will not wash out. Be sure to use the cheapest wax crayons, Crayola will not work. I then tied each corner to the next to make this huge banner.

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August 20, 20080 found this helpful

Pretty nifty idea to tie them together - Thanks for this craft tip!

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August 20, 20080 found this helpful

Pretty nifty idea to tie them together - Thanks for this awesome craft tip!

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September 1, 20080 found this helpful

WOW great idea. Thank you.

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