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Turn any art into a real stuffed animal! Super easy to order!
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Row your boat up to the dock in this fingerpainting where colorful crayon craft stand out on the blue water!
How did the Finger Lakes region of New York get its name? Look on a map and you’ll see! The area is a great place to kayak, canoe, hike, and bike. Imagine you’re on one of these lakes, or your favorite watersports spot, while you combine Crayola Crayons with Fingerpaint. Crayon resist—which is what you’ll be doing—is simply irresistible!
Draw a bright, summery lakeside scene with crayons. Include the shoreline, boats, piers, and people swimming—show everything except for the water. Press hard so you get a nice thick coat of colorful crayon wax.
Cover your craft area with newspaper. With Crayola® Fingerpaints, cover your scene with beautiful blue "water." Your boats look like they are bobbing in the lake. Children are playing on the beach. The crayon colors "pop" right out from the background! Can you resist making more cool pictures? What a great way to spend your summer holidays!
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What’s so great about your state? Creatively display all the amazing features your home state has to offer with this col
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Kids gather state or province facts and then show what they found in a colorful way with maps and symbols. Highlight geo
Getting along with each other is one of the most important aspects of life. This thought-provoking and enjoyable project
Kids learn about African history and geography as they create beautiful necklaces, bracelets, and ankle bracelets. Wear
Boxing Day is celebrated the day after Christmas. This perfect craft recycles boxes and paper to make festive blocks to
Children know a lot about city planning because they're such good observers. Build on their planning and construction sk
Step into the past—or the future. Make a model of an unusual type of bridge that’s inspired history, mystery, romance, a
Ride the cowcatcher of a steam locomotive? Almost! Lady Susan Agnes Macdonald rode "from summit to sea" in a special box