Unwrapped crayons, wax paper, old iron, wooden cutting board, scissors, hole punch, ribbon
Take unwrapped crayons and (this is a good way to use up all those old and broken crayons) and break them into small pieces. Then tear off two sheets of wax paper of equal length, and put the crayon pieces in between the sheets. Carefully place the wax paper and crayons onto an old wooden cutting board. Using an old iron, melt the crayons by running the iron over the two sheets of wax paper, keeping the iron moving until the crayons have completely melted. Let the mosaics cool completely. Once cooled, you can cut them into shapes or punch holes in the tops of them and hang them. Let your imagination lead you!