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Draw a bigger than life flag on a safe sidewalk! Show patriotism on your country’s independence day or any holiday with a festive flag!
Create any flag you wish, outdoors. Find out what your flag’s symbols mean. For a challenge, draw your flag with a wave, as if the wind were blowing through it. Ask an adult to help find a safe, large concrete or asphalt area at least 6 months old. Ask permission. Test a small area to make sure paint does not stain. Here’s one way to make a U.S. flag.
Draw stars. Outline a rectangle with Crayola® Sidewalk Chalk. Draw the blue rectangle in the upper left corner. The stars stand for the 50 states. Line up stars in 5 horizontal rows of 6 stars, with 4 rows of 5 stars between them. Color in the blue.
Paint stripes. Sketch 13 stripes, starting with red stripes at the top and bottom. The 7 red stripes and 6 white stripes stand for the original 13 colonies. Color stripes with Crayola Sidewalk Paint and the paint roller.
Use the Crayola So Big Brush to outline or fill in important areas of your flag. Use a garden hose or rain to wash off the flag within 2 weeks.
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Personalize your party with pretty cupcake place card holders that double as favors for your guests. Fill the cups with
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Friends draw what they wish they could bring as a gift to the birthday child-or for any occasion. What a wonderful party
Print your own colorful, original gift wrap paper!
Planning a party? Guests create easy, festive party bags to hold their treats. Or use these pouches to hold gifts.
Easter goodies hop right into these handcrafted Bunny Bags. Kids hop at the chance to make their own party favor!
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