What I love about this particular printmaking process is the super small materials list and the fact that the results are so sophisticated.
Dandelion watercolor painting with salt and rubbing alcohol
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These beautiful crayon stained glass windows are the perfect fall craft (and the best use for those run-down, left over crayons)! Get the full tutorial here: http://www.ehow.com/how_2362350_make-crayon-stained-glass-windows.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
Create colorful batik fabric using melted crayons. Easy-ish tutorial (some messiness will be involved)
Chalk Rubbing with a Guide – 5th grade art students Dennis Jordan
Shading colored pencils
Sandpaper Iron-On Transfer Craft for Kids (Read elsewhere it can be washed even -- recommend cold wash and hang to dry)
My kids love wearable art. This fabric printing method is especially do-able because it doesn't require any special fabric medium, just plain old crayons.
This monoprint project is full of texture & color. It's made with crayon and sandpaper you say? That's a weird combination.Maybe, but check out the results.