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‘Tis the season to wish for snow days! Create snowflakes and snowballs that glow with the power of Crayola Glow Explosion paper and markers.
Find a CD your family no longer uses. Trace around the CD onto a piece of Crayola Glow Explosion paper using a Crayola Erasable Colored Pencil. Cut out the circle with Crayola Scissors.
Tie a string around the CD. Make sure it is very loose so the loop can fit over a tree branch. Set the CD aside.
Fold the Glow Explosion paper in half. Fold it in half again.
Cut some shapes from the folded paper. Be sure that you never cut all the way across the shape. Just cut pieces away. Depending on how you cut, you can make a snowflake or a snowball. If you cut only into the open flaps, you’ll make a snowflake. If you cu
Unfold and color your snowflake or snowball with Glow Explosion Markers.
Glue the Glowflake or Glowball to the CD with Crayola School Glue so the silvery side of the CD shows through and around the paper.
When the glue dries you are ready to make it glow. Activate the magical glow with the Glow Activator marker.
Hang the Glowflake on the tree and enjoy. The glow should last for 4 hours. Hopefully the snowstorms will last even longer so you can have a glowful, snowful day!
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