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Hop to it! Add some buggy flair to your next party table with cute, colorful grasshopper place cards!
Create grasshopper place cards for your entire party swarm! Draw these amazing creatures on Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper with Neon Color Explosion Markers. Looking for a simple way to draw grasshoppers? Just make a circle for the head and a larger half-oval for the body.
Cut out your grasshoppers. Add details such as faces and guests’ names to make each one unique. Coordinate the cards with your party theme or go crazy with color!
Punch a hole in the front and the back of each body for the grasshopper’s legs. Insert a chenille stem in each hole. Bend stems to look like legs.
Cut smaller pieces of chenille stems and bend them into V shapes. Glue these antennae to the backs of the grasshoppers’ heads.
Roll two small Crayola Model Magic® balls for grasshopper feet. Insert the ends of the legs into the feet, front and back. Model Magic dries to the touch overnight and dries completely in 2 to 3 days.
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