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Record your party memories, vacation photos, or sleepover fun in style! Have a high-flying time crafting a jazzy dragonfly journal.
What will you remember about your party or trip? Laughing with friends? Fun activities you shared? A journal like this one is a great way to capture those special memories!
Decorate Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper with Neon Color Explosion Markers. Draw a free-flying dragonfly or any other design you choose. Add dots, dashes, lines, or swirls to add dimension and accent your drawing. Decorate both sides!
Fold the paper in half to create the journal cover. Fold plain paper in half to create the inside pages of your journal. Place pages inside the journal.
Punch two holes along the folded edge. Cut ribbon, yarn, or string about 18 inches (46 cm) long. Thread ribbon through the holes and tie a bow to bind the journal pages together.
If desired, embellish your journal cover with beads, sequins, or additional ribbon. Fill your journal with pictures, poems, ticket stubs, and other party fun!
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