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Who do you spy at your party? Create spyglass party favors to mark your friends' places at the table. Have lots of fun playing with them, too!
You can make these spyglass party favors ahead of time. Or wait until your party so guests can have fun making their own!
Roll colored construction paper into a tapered tube by rolling one end slightly tighter than the other. Use a Crayola Glue Stick to secure the tapered tube. Air dry.
Use your imagination to come up with your own ideas for decorating your spyglass. Here's one way to do it. On white paper, use each of your Crayola Color Switchers™ Markers to draw a strip of color that is straight, and as long as the long side of the paper.
Flip the marker and apply the special color switcher tip to create patterns and write guests' names on each of the strips. The colors change right before your eyes!
Glue the strips to the spyglass, leaving spaces between each one. Air dry.
Tie colorful ribbon around the smaller end of your spyglass.
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