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Little ones can remember their adventures in the garden by making a garden quilt with Crayola® Color Wonder™ and no mess!
Take a nature walk with a grownup. Go to a garden, a park, or your backyard. What colors do you see? What shapes? Smells? Textures?
When you return from your walk, read books such as Quilting Now & Then to get an idea of how quilts are made. Or look at real quilts. Sometimes quilts tell stories, other quilts have patterns. Can you find some of each kind of quilt?
Fold Crayola Color Wonder Paper back and forth into as many quilt pieces as you would like. Tear it into small, medium, and large pieces.
Using Crayola Color Wonder Markers, draw a picture on each piece. Remember what you saw in the garden, and show those colors and shapes.
Use Crayola Glue Sticks to attach each small picture to another piece of Color Wonder Paper or construction paper. Leave space between pictures. If you use Color Wonder Paper, draw a pattern, such as short lines for stitches, around the small pictures to add to the quilted look.
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Greet family and friends through a window decorated with your own art! These Blooming Windows Smiles really do shine!
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Use Crayola® ReStick ‘Ems™ Letters and Numbers to encourage people in your town, city or community to improve your envir
Begin by drawing what you know. Buff your drawings to create rich deep artwork with extra shine!
Raise awareness in your community about families who are homeless. Your mini-poster can encourage people to make a posit
Bring attention to good causes with an awesome fundraising container. Turn the container into a reusable surface with cl
Imagine a colorful Chinese dragon swimming in the ocean! This make-believe creature can lead to many wonderful adventure
Step into history and create a beautiful replica of a buffalo robe, worn by the Cheyenne on the North American plains.
Do you like to fish? Make a 3-D triarama of your favorite fishing spot.
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
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