I’m Jaime. I am so excited to be a guest on this fabulous blog. I am just starting out with my own blog at Far From Super Mom so to be here on this rockin’ blog, I am honored. I am the wife of a hardworking, country man and mom to two sweet, yet destructive little boys. The basic loves in my life, besides the fam of course are my DVR, my cozy bed, great hair products and the blogging world. Yep, I am that cut and dry.
Let me start off by telling you that my oldest son is addicted to infomercials, he gets it from his dad but I am usually the one dealing with it on a day to day basis. I often hear myself saying, “No, we really don’t need that sweetie.” At Christmas time the boy was really impressed with a commercial for this bad boy……
Here is what you will need:
- Decorative pan or mold (you can also use a muffin tin with or without paper liners)
- Crayons (don’t get washable ones, they don’t work as well)
- Non stick spray
I got the heart pan and crayons at Wal-mart.
Next start unwrapping the little suckers. If you happen to have old broken crayon pieces already then you are a step ahead of me. My boys don’t color too much and the little one is a chronic crayon eater, I know gross right? When we go out to eat at a restaurant where they have crayons and a kid’s menu he always has a crayon or two for his appetizer. Yes I do try to stop him but he’s one fast, sneaky little guy. At least none have got stuck up his nose yet.
I found the crayons easier to peel if you take a knife and cut a deep slit down the length of it, this is a parents job for sure. Then let the kiddos do the unwrapping.
I think the batman ring is required while doing this so hopefully you all have one…
Spray your pan or mold with a little bit of cooking spray so they will pop out of the molds easier. Break each crayon into about 5 pieces. It’s best to group the crayons into similar colors, like reds, pinks, oranges and yellows and then blues, greens, purples, to avoid ending up with all the colors running together and making a big brown crayon.
-Valentine, you color my world-