This is a very good project to do if you have some broken crayons that you don't know what to do with, or if you simply want to have some fun (the crayons don't have to be broken up)! All you need is a warming plate (griddle), a muffin pan, paper, some Q-tips, and crayons.
Turn your griddle on to the lowest heat, Take the muffin pan and place the broken crayons into the holes (one color to each space). After the crayons have melted, get out your paper and Q-tips. Dip the Q-tip into the melted crayons and make short, quick strokes onto the paper. Only use one Q-tip per color if you don't want the colors to mix. We found that with the Rose Art brand you can make much longer strokes because it dries slower than the Crayola brand.