First, he sorted 256 crayons, then he melted them. When he was done with them, the vase he created could grace any living room proudly.
Peter Brown of Shop Time decided to try and make a melted crayon bud vase using his woodworking tools, 4 boxes of crayons, and a lot of gumption. The result is stunning, but it does require a bit of cleanup.
This video is inspiring many people, including one young fan: “My 5-year-old daughter has watched this many times. I am a woodworker, but I have never owned a lathe. She wants mom to give me a lathe so I can turn her crayons.”