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Tame ghastly sneezes with this Ghostly Gravestone tissue box decoration.
Place a recycled tissue box at the bottom of a large sheet of white construction paper. Trace a shape a bit wider than the bottom of the box with a Crayola® Washable Marker. Draw a rounded top for the gravestone so that it extends above the box. Cut out the gravestone with Crayola Scissors.
Decorate the gravestone with gray, black, pink, and white markers to give your gravestone a granite look. To make texture, place the gravestone over a rough surface and press firmly with markers. Add lettering, such as the name of someone from history or R.I.P. (Rest in Peace).
Cover your work area with newspaper. Dampen the marker with a wet Crayola Paint Brush to blend colors. Dry.
Glue your finished gravestone to the front of the tissue box with Crayola School Glue. Pull up a single tissue up. Add ghostly eyes and a mouth with a marker.
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This perfect poinsettia arrangement stays in brilliant bloom. What a lovely centerpiece to grace a winter holiday table!
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Your kids can fill this horn of plenty with all of their fall favorites! Hang it from your front door to celebrate autum
It's fun and simple to make six-pointed stars! Watch the stars shine in their eyes as they help your family decorate for
Decorate for the holiday season with this pretty poinsettia candy dish.
Trees are a natural for winter holiday celebrations. Warm your family table with this charming Christmas Tree Centerpiec
The fine details involved in making this decorative horn boost children's concentration. Showcase this harvest centerpie
Enjoy the satisfaction of creating a beautiful, decorative wreath made from everyday household items. Give thanks creati
November is all about celebrating things you are thankful for, from special things like families to common things like a