Add To Favorites
Create your own colorful message in a puzzle for someone you love to put together! Decorate an envelope for storage and delivery, too!
To make heart stencils, fold plain paper in half. Along the folded edge cut out hearts in different sizes.
Lay one heart on your Crayola Color Explosion™ paper. Trace around it with the marker. Repeat with other hearts to create your basic puzzle patterns. Fill in the hearts with fun dots, lines, flowers, vines, or whatever you’d like! Even simple shapes look spectacular with the surprise colors!
With Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils, write a loving or fun message on the back of the paper. Divide the sheet into puzzle shapes with curvy lines and interlocking ovals. Carefully cut along these lines. Erase any extra marks.
Decorate an envelope in which to give and store the puzzle. Use ribbons that match the bright colors in the Color Explosion paper. Cut out small Color Explosion hearts. Use Crayola School Glue to attach them to the ribbon ends. On the front of the envelop
Let's make something!
Friends draw what they wish they could bring as a gift to the birthday child-or for any occasion. What a wonderful party
Add To Favorites
Personalize your party with pretty cupcake place card holders that double as favors for your guests. Fill the cups with
Easter goodies hop right into these handcrafted Bunny Bags. Kids hop at the chance to make their own party favor!
These gorgeous gift tags are presents themselves! Add a third dimension to bright Crayola Color Explosion™ paper with Mo
Explore celebrations across the globe! Capture a celebratory moment of your own by designing a colorful fabric banner!
Count the days until your birthday, the first day of school, or holidays such as Valentine’s Day! Before you know it, th
Ever dream of being a king or queen? Create a gorgeous, glittering crown that will wow your royal court.
Set the sp-o-o-o-ky m-o-o-o-d for trick-or-treat night! Prop this branch mobile in a planter, prop it up in front of a w
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
Visit us »