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This beautiful bouquet will bloom forever in the hearts of those receiving it. It's perfect for celebrations, as decorations, or when kids want to express good wishes.
To make a cone to hold your flowers, cut white construction paper into a large fan shape with Crayola® Scissors. Decorate one side with Crayola Crayons.
Cover your work area with newspaper. Paint over crayon drawings with Crayola Watercolor Paints and Paint Brushes. Notice how the paint resists sticking to the crayon and colors only the white paper. Dry.
Roll the sides into each other to form a large cone, leaving a small opening at the bottom. Glue ribbons inside the cone with Crayola School Glue so they dangle out the bottom. Glue the sides of the cone together. Glue a paper doily across the top of the cone.
Design construction paper or tissue paper flowers. Decorate blooms and leaves with crayon and cut out. Attach to straw stems with tape. Poke straws through doily holes to complete your bouquet.
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Easter goodies hop right into these handcrafted Bunny Bags. Kids hop at the chance to make their own party favor!
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