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Draw colorful "fireworks" on black paper—or asphalt. They pop into spectacular 3-D when you look through the special glasses. Chalk fireworks make any day, or night, a celebration.
Use Crayola 3-D Sidewalk Chalk to draw exciting fireworks on black paper. Ask your friends to draw their favorite fireworks designs, too.
To create the best 3-D effects, leave a small line of uncolored black paper showing between each chalk color. Place cool colors such as blue, purple, and green near warm colors such as red, yellow, and orange.
Put on your own fireworks display, being careful not to smudge your designs. With everyone wearing Crayola 3-D Glasses, slowly pass each firework design in front of your friends while all of you make whistling rocket sounds. Lay the fireworks flat for a sizzling grand finale. Listen to the ooohs! and aaaaahs!
Other ideas: Ask an adult to help find a safe paved area to draw life-size fireworks outdoors. Add a musical background for your fireworks show. Spell your name in fireworks.
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Remember summer holiday picnics with a creative collage! This one features corrugated cardboard and melted crayon.
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Create a seasonal table runner with materials you have on hand. Unique crafts extend your family's holiday fun.
Sit back and sip a cool drink in the shade! These tropical umbrella favors create a festive atmosphere for any summer pa
Set the table with holiday or party scenes made especially for each friend or family guest! Stand-up place cards are fun
Slow down! It's time for a turtle party! Create turtle place-setting tags. Decorate with a table runner that's great for
Designing t-shirts together at a family reunion or summer barbecue is not only fun, but also makes a great keepsake to c
Tissues decorate the outside of this treasure box! This mosaic box makes a unique gift—or place to store your stuff.
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