Crayon Drip Mason Jars

Everywhere you turn on Pinterest it seems that people are doing crayon drip projects.  If y’all don’t know already, I love mason jars.  From canning to crafts to decor, I love everything about mason jars.  So a crayon drip mason jar project started forming in my head.  I experimented with a few techniques and finally came up with one that works.  Break out your mason jars and crayon pieces and lets get started.

Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage

I used a bunch of broken bits of crayon that had the paper removed.  Throw some coordinating colors down in the bottom of your mason jar.

Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage

Preheat your oven to 275 degrees and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.  I also had to remove the top rack of my oven in order to make room for the mason jar to stand up.  Bake the mason jar on the cookie sheet for 7 -8 minutes.  It comes out looking a little like this…

Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage
 
Allow to sit and cool for 4 – 6 minutes.  It will become slightly hardened but there still should be some liquid.  
Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage
 
Turn the mason jar upside down onto the parchment paper.  Some of the crayon will stick in the bottom of the mason jar and some will drip down the side.  Allow the jar to sit upside down for 2 – 3 minutes.
Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage
 
See how all the different colors are still in there just waiting to be released?  Well lets release them!  
Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage
 
Take your blow dryer and apply it to the outside of the jar a few seconds at a time.  This will happen….
Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage
 
Continue the hair dryer technique until your mason jar is exactly the way you want it to look.  
Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage
 
The beauty of these is they are different every single time you make one.  
Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage
 
I think the kids would love this craft!  You can do the first part and let them operate the blow dryer to get the drip effects at the end.
Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage

I hope y’all enjoy and will make crayon drip mason jars for your home decor.

Crayon Drip Mason Jars from The Country Chic Cottage

Do you love mason jars as much as I do?  Check out my other mason jar craft and decor projects.  

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