It didn't work out for me.
No really, it didn't.
I wanted to make something like this:
|picture courtesy of Google|
out of this:
For three hours I cut and measured and arranged and then rearranged.
I put more effort into this one thing than was worth it, because in the end all I had was a paper with the letter E on it and a bunch of crayon scraps.
I attempted a second time.
Do you know I'm a perfectionist?
I want the colors to blend nicely, not look messy...I want the edges to be smooth, not jagged...
I failed a second time.
I failed a third time.
I gave up after that.
I have a box full of crayons now. And by box I don't mean one box, I mean a plastic bin full of boxes of crayons.
I'm happy to share if you'd like.
...please World, don't think less of me because I can't craft...