Customize your own box of 64 Count Crayola Crayons, 8 Count Crayola Crayons or Crayola Art Case in just a few quick steps. It's easy and fun!
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Color Wonder™ Glitter Paint is already in the brush—and looks clear until the colors appear on Color Wonder Paper. This bright summer scene sparkles with creativity and leaves no mess!
Unfold your huge sheet of Crayola Color Wonder Paper. Remove the plastic pegs from your Color Wonder Glitter Paint Brushes so the paint can flow.
Start with a flower or butterfly—there’s room for both to be larger than life! To make daisies like the one shown, paint a circle first. Fill it with dots and shade one side. Draw oval petals in a different color. Fill them in with paint. Add green leaves and a stem. Flowers glow in bright colors and glittery paint!
Paint a butterfly dancing above the flowers. Start with a middle line. Outline the wings around it. Decorate the wings and body with bright lines and dots of paint.
Have fun adding grass, clouds, a sun, or maybe a tree or mountain in the background. Air-dry the paint. Where will you hang your sparkling scene?
Let's make something!
Start off the school year right! Get organized by making your own jumbo paperclips to keep your important school papers
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Your children will leap into this life-size frog and dragonfly project. Make an even bigger splash by planning a family
Pretend your Crayola Giant Inflatable Easel art wall is a magnifying glass! Grow HUGE wildlife with Sidewalk Paint and C
Croak! Kerplop! Bzzz! When you draw pond life on wet paper, creatures seem to come to life right before your eyes.
Stomp around your room with Monster or Animal feet. Color your favorite type of feet on your socks and have fun!
Kids go on safari when they follow their animal instincts with art adventures. Put these booklets on your survival list.
What lives in the parched, mysterious desert? Create a 3-D textured picture of desert plants and animals.
Play your favorite outdoor games with Sock Worm Beanbags you make yourself using Crayola Fabric Markers, old socks, and