Hi everyone! Recently, I had the chance to work with HighFive Naturals on a review for their Lego Molds ! I am so excited to share one of many crafts that I am going to do with these awesome molds! These molds come in a pack of 4. I asked for two so that I can use 4 of them for non editable crafts and the other 4 for editable crafts. 
You can use old crayons or purchase crayons. It is recommended to use Crayola brand, however I found a brand on Amazon that I use, and it is a Crayon Classpack - 400 Count so you have many many many to craft with! 
 Preheat your oven to 250* and have your kids help you peel the crayons!
 We broke crayons and filled the molds. (don't worry, if you need more, you can add more as you go).
 You can let sit in the oven for 8-10 minutes, but with off brand crayons, It is more like 20 minutes. This is just MY experience with these anyway!
 After they are done, carefully remove and let sit on the counter to harden or you can put in the freezer for 30 minutes. They are easy to pop out!
 You have to be careful because the heads can break off easily. We did this to a few, and we melted with a lighter to fix them.
 These turned out SO CUTE, but a few of them not so much. Practice is all we need! They look great considering this is the first batch we did! The small lego men molds took about 2 crayons and the big lego pieces took 3-3 1/2.
 There are so many color combinations and possibilities when it comes to making your crayons! 
They are super cute and will make the PERFECT party favor or making your kid the cool kid in class this school year too!  We are so thrilled about how they turned out! As we mentioned previously, some of them did not turn out but that stuff happens when you don't have a clue what you are doing anyways! These are so fun and affordable! The 4 pack of assorted molds can be purchased on Amazon for only $14.99! Visit HighFive Naturals on their Facebook page to stay up to date with the latest too! Like this post? Share/Tweet or Pin via the buttons below! Thanks for reading!
What do you think? Are you going to give this a try yourself? 
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