Hanging Window 'Stained Glass' Hearts
A Box of Crayons
Pencil or Crayon Sharpener (I used the one that came attached to the big box of crayons)
Iron and Ironing Board
Step 2: Shave the crayon into little shreds with the sharpener onto one half of the waxed paper. You only need enough to lightly cover the waxed paper.
Step 3: Fold the waxed paper in half and then fold the three open edges shut.
Step 4: Sandwich the waxed paper between two pieces of scrap paper to protect your iron and ironing board.
Step 5: With your iron on medium and the steam off, run the iron over the paper sandwich for about forty five seconds or until the wax has melted and spread out evenly.
Step 6: Allow to cool. In the meantime, cut a heart shaped template out of a piece of scrap paper.
Step 7: Once cooled, trace the heart onto the waxed paper.
Step 8: Cut out the heart and hole punch a hole at the top. I used a hole punch that I got from Micheal's Craft Store that is about half the size of a normal paper punch.
Step 9: Thread a piece of ribbon through the hole and hang in your window.