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Join in the fall festivities by making a colorful chrysanthemum corsage!
Use Crayola® Washable Markers to draw five or six circles about as big as your hand on white paper. Choose flower colors that remind you of autumn, such as orange, yellow, or brown. Color your circles.
Cover your work area with newspaper. Blend chrysanthemum colors with a damp Crayola Paint Brush. Dry.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut the circles into petals by making many partial cuts toward the center. Leave a small area uncut at the center. Stack the circles together. Push a paper fastener through the center. Attach the paper fastener to a jewelry backing, and crumple or roll the petals for a fuller look.
Wear your Chrysanthemum Corsage to watch your favorite football team. Or give them to friends, teachers, and family members!
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