Yesterday our craft o' the day was those melty crayon wax paper jobbies. Yeah, that is totally the technical term for it. I was going to be all cool and do a tutorial, but then I thought, really, if folks a) couldn't figure out how to melt crayon shavings between waxed paper or b) hadn't done this once before in their entire lives, then we had bigger problems than me doing a tutorial on the simplest craft ever.
So there, see? Two pieces of waxed paper with crayon shavings between. Lay an old hand towel over the top of your waxed paper and iron. There you are, crayon waxed paper stained glass thingies.
I'm hoping to spend a little time this weekend coming up with fun things for us to do next week. An outing or two and some simple crafts or recipes to try. We just got a backyard firepit, so marshmallow roasting is on the top of our list of things to do. I was thinking we'd make our own and roast those for smores. Anyone know if homemade marshmallows can hold up to campfires? If this is a sucess, I can see lots of them in our future!