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Brighten someone’s day with a colorful mini banner. What a refreshing idea!
Here’s one way to make a mini banner for someone who is ill. Use your imagination to make a personalized get-well greeting!
On construction paper, write your get-well wishes with Crayola Hassle Free Watercolors. There’s no water, no dripping, no spilling!
Cut three rectangles of another color to fit on your page. Glue them in place. Cut three more, slightly smaller rectangles, and glue them on top of the first ones. Air-dry the glue.
Think of something that grows—a plant or an animal that the person who is ill really enjoys. Paint or draw the growing object in the three rectangles. Air-dry your pictures.
Add details or outlines to your paintings with Crayola Markers. Make your mini banner even more cheerful with Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry the glue before you send your good wishes to someone special!
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