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Turn any art into a real stuffed animal! Super easy to order!
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Kids celebrate Chanukah with this decorative plaque. Make several with different symbols for a festive holiday!
Find out about the traditional holiday of Chanukah...why, when, and how it is celebrated.
Outline a dreidel, Menorah, or other Chanukah symbol with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils on construction paper.
Cover your work area with recycled newspaper. Choose traditional Chanukah colors such as dark and light blue. Use Crayola Paint Brushes to mix white and blue Crayola Washable Kid's Paint to create the tints you want. Paint the edges of a heavy paper plate and your dreidel. Dry.
Cut out the dreidel with Crayola Scissors. Glue it in the middle of the paper plate using a Crayola Glue Stick. Print Happy Chanukah! or other greetings on the plate. Decorate with Crayola Glitter Glue.
Punch a hole in the plate and hang with ribbon or yarn.
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Kwanzaa celebrates traditional African values such as family, community, and self-improvement. Join in this celebration
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Create your own chalkboard paint with this week's Crayola CIY project! Use our Acrylic paints to create your own colorfu
Spread the spirit of Halloween with this Fall take on Secret Santa! Share treats and signs with neighbors to start a new
A great craft for the whole family! Create a decorative family pumpkin by having each member of the family add their own
Capture all your favorite school moments with a special memory book! Use Crayola Markers to create a one-of-a-kind cover
<strong>Preserve all of your memories from the summer by making Air Dry Clay keepsakes from all of your adventures!</str
Play mini golf at home! Make your own golf course using Crayola Washable Sidewalk Chalk and lots of your imagination!
Imagine you are a Lenape boy learning how to hunt wild turkey. What would you use? A bolo you made yourself, of course!