Canvas Art

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Demonstration Speech Outline
Specific purpose statement: To inform my audience about the 5 steps of melted crayon art.
Introduction: Attention Getter; Do you ever get bored, and you are a creative person who loves crayons? Well if you are, you can create a piece of art on a canvas.
Credentials: I’ve done plenty of canvas arts and they are easy and fun to make.
Tie to audience: Crayon canvas art, can be done pretty much by anyone. They are simple to make and can give you a piece of art to hang on your wall that you created.
Thesis Statement: There are 5 steps in melting crayons on a canvas. The First step is Gathering your supplies, Second step glue crayons onto the top of your canvas in the order you want, Third step place your canvas against a wall or hold it up, Forth step take your hair-dryer or lighter and apply to canvas, and the Fifth step is once you're satisfied with your canvas, let the wax dry.

Body:
I. The First step, is Gathering all the supplies.
a. Crayons
b. Glue
c. Canvas
d. Hair-dryer or Lighter
II. The second step, glue your crayons onto the top of the canvas in the order you want. a. Make sure to place your crayons where you want them. b. Make sure your crayons are glued.

c. Make sure your crayons are dried.
III. The Third step, place your canvas against a wall or held up so the wax drips down. a. Make sure the glue is dry.
b. Make sure the canvas is at a tilt or slant.
c. Be sure it is sturdy.
IV. The Forth step, take your hair-dryer or lighter, turn it to their highest setting, and blow-dry or melt the crayons. a. Apply any design cutout (Optional).
b. Apply the hair-dryer or lighter to the canvas.
c. Melt the crayons in the way you want until satisfied. V. The Fifth step is once you're satisfied with your canvas, let the wax dry. a. When finished, let it set for a few minutes.

b. When your art...
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