In just a few quick steps, customize your own box of Crayola Crayons, create an Art Case, or draw your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
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When the new moon is rising, your kids will notice. Drawing the phases of the moon will bring an out-of-this-world experience up close.
To create flaps for your calendar, divide a large sheet of black construction paper into eight strips by lightly drawing horizontal lines with Crayola® Fine Line Markers at even intervals.
Fold the paper in half vertically and crease it. Unfold the paper and cut with Crayola Scissors along the lines up to the middle crease.
Find the names of the eight phases of the moon in an almanac, reference book, or on the Internet. Look for other information about each phase, too.
With a white Crayola gel marker, write the names of the phases of the moon on the outside flaps. With a yellow crayon, draw what the moon looks like at each phase.
Cut rectangular shapes of white paper to fit inside the flaps. Glue these with a Crayola Glue Stick to each inside flap. Write facts about each phase of the moon on the matching inside flap.
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Create fun, unique party favors that your guests will love! Customize these twisty treat or gift holders to match any pa
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Use Crayola Markers to capture your family in a colorful way with this Family Shadow Box, and give your dad a truly spec
With just a little paint and a few craft supplies you can transform an ordinary wooden spoon into a silly snowman for a
Longing for some warm-weather fun, even in the middle of the winter? Create a tropical feeling with a colorful Crayola®
Turn your favorite thing into a backpack pal! Make one for yourself and give one to a friend.
Craft a picture frame that will cause a buzz! Make this bee-themed frame to hold your favorite photo.
These gorgeous gift tags are presents themselves! Add a colorful and thoughtful finish to any gift with Crayola eXtreme
Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Day with a handmade gift for your teacher! Combine Crayola paint and crayons into a color