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Here come smiling faces! With no-mess Crayola® Color Wonder™, fingerprint grins magically appear. The best part is it's mess-free!
Use Color Wonder Markers to draw a big, round face on Crayola Color Wonder Paper.
Quickly color your fingertips with Crayola Color Wonder Markers. Crayola Color Wonder Markers have clear ink and no color will appear on your fingers. Press them on Crayola Color Wonder Paper to make a nose and smiling mouth.
Color two other fingertips with another color of Color Wonder Markers and press onto Color Wonder Paper to make eyes.
Draw eyebrows over the eyes. Add ears on each side of the face, then draw some hair. Make it straight, curly, or in braids. Can you make fingertip braids? Just color your fingertip and press onto the paper in a line.
Make lots of Fingertip Smiles. Try to make each face unique. Think of other ways to use your fingerprints. Can you design a fingertip hat? How about adding a fingertip mustache?Wash your hands well with soap and water after you complete your project.
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