Leftolas, the bits of crayon remaining after much use and wearing down still have colorful life to give.
A large box of leftolas was donated to the art supply of Juniper Village at Mount Joy and the residents knew just what to do. Each choosing their colorful pallet of crayon pieces, residents adhered them to individual canvases, carefully arranging them for the perfect design. Next, a heat gun was utilized to gently melt the wax. We watched in awe as the vibrant colors ran and swirled into beautiful masterpieces. A collective piece was also created and now adds to the décor of the connections game table.