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Turn any art into a real stuffed animal! Super easy to order!
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Create a cool craft in the warmth of your home! Crayola® Crystal Effects Window Markers help you make recycled containers look like ice!
Sculptures made out of ice and snow have been an artistic tradition for hundreds of years. Historians credit the origin of ice sculptures to both China and Russia. Today, cold climates around the globe host festivals to celebrate these cool creations.
Select a recycled glass, plastic or mirrored container. Use Crayola Crystal Effects Window Markers to draw shapes and designs on the surface of the container. See how the marker strokes crystallize and look like ice. Continue to decorate the container until the entire surface is covered.
Make your “ice” sculpture unique! Vary the colors or leave areas uncolored to create see-through areas on the container. Decorate several containers of different shapes and sizes to make your own ice sculpture festival.
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The circus is coming! The circus is coming! Make your own 3-D circus using recyclables: a shoebox and foam produce tray.
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Draw colorful circles that pop into an exciting 3-D display when you wear 3-D glasses. To play the game, capture circles
Raise your hand right off the page with this playful optical illusion! Use Crayola Markers to design a bold 3D drawing.
Create easy ornaments from pairs of paper shapes and bright colors!
Why wait for a pumpkin to grow in the garden? Create a pumpkin patch to decorate for your favorite fall holiday!
Create your own sparkling gift tags, which can also be used as ornaments! Personalize each tag for a unique holiday tou
Draw a colorful peacock, parrot, or even a turkey for your Thanksgiving table—all starting with your handprint. Fly with
Create lively desert scenes with Crayola® Color Wonder™. Kids' hands and fingers double as printing stamps—and stay mess