You will need:
Crayons in shades of green
Super glue or crazy glue
Blow dryer or heat gun
Piece of cardboard
After doing my Flower Crayon Art and Seattle Rainy Day Crayon Art, I thought it might be nice to make one without the crayons stuck to the canvas so that it looks a bit more mature. :)
So what I did, is glue some green crayons to a piece from a cereal box along the edge. The great part about doing this is you don't need 40 crayons- because you can heat and melt the crayons in sections, and then move the piece of cardboard over and blow again in a new spot!
So I did just that! Using only the greens from 1 box of crayons. As I mentioned in my other flower art post, the most difficult part was trying to follow just one or two of the melted paths upward to create a "stem" without just making it look like the grass went all the way up.
One you have your "stems" created- attach your favorite fake flowers to the canvas with some super glue!
Click here to get to my original Pinterest post of this craft and re-pin away!