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Make your gifts stand out with creativity! Use Crayola Color Explosion™ and your imagination to make packages picture perfect for any occasion!
Decorate several papers with your Crayola Color Explosion Spinner™. Start by making a dot on the paper with a color-reveal marker. Then follow the directions in the package. Air-dry the papers.
With Crayola Scissors, cut one or more pieces of the decorated paper into strips. Tape the strips together to create a single strip long enough to fit around your gift box. You can cut straight lines, wavy lines or vary the width of the strip to make your design one of a kind. Use the color-reveal markers and Crayola Glitter Glue to decorate the strip even more. Be creative! Air-dry your designs.
Create a gift topper. Cut a fun design—such as a butterfly, soccer ball, or bow—out of Color Explosion paper. Decorate the topper with the color-reveal markers and Glitter Glue. Make several if you have a large package! Air-dry the gift topper.
Wrap the strip around your gift and tape it on. Tape the topper to the gift. Your present will look too cool to open!
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Personalize presents to friends and family with children's hand-made gift tags. Start a new tradition for the holidays y
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