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Turn an ordinary recycled box into a beautiful gift! Create fun decoupage layers by layering star shapes!
Choose decorated paper, photos, or other paper for your decoupage project. Use Crayola Scissors to cut your paper and photos into different sizes and shapes. Choose a design or shape theme, such as ovals or stars. Cut this shape from the inside of about half of the pieces. Save the cutouts. Cut more shapes than you think you need.
Cover your craft area with recycled newspaper. Mix Crayola School Glue in a bowl with an equal amount of water. With a Crayola Brush, apply glue on a small area of a cardboard or wooden box. Place one of your larger paper pieces there, and brush over it.
Place another shape to slightly overlap the first. Brush glue over it. Add smaller pieces on top of larger ones to create interesting peek-through effects. Repeat this technique until your box is covered. Air-dry the glue.
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