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Hang up your easy-to-make torn-paper mini-banner. Welcome a new season, holiday, or any festive time!
What do you think of when the seasons change? Does fall remind you of pumpkins and Halloween? Do you think of flowers when spring arrives? Make these bright banners for your room, refrigerator, or a door in your home. Here’s how.
Use your fingers to spread no-mess Crayola Color Wonder™ Fingerpaints on two or three sheets of Color Wonder Paper. Air-dry the paint.
Tear your colored paper into little pieces. Outline a seasonal shape on a large sheet of construction paper with a Crayola Crayon. Rub a Crayola Glue Stick inside one shape at a time. Glue your torn pieces of paper inside each shape. You’re making a mosaic!
To label your banner, write greetings or the name of the season with a white crayon on Color Wonder Paper. Ask an adult if you need help with spelling. Fingerpaint over the letters. What happens? The words magically appear! Air-dry your words.
Punch holes in the top of your banner. Tie colorful ribbon in the holes for hanging.
Let's make something!
Children will have a ball making these holiday pins! In the blink of an eye, you'll be ready to wear winter greetings.
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March is one of the windiest months of the year. Turn your cool Crayola Color Explosion designs into Wild March Wind Whe
How tall are you? Find a friend to help, and trace around each other. Then color yourselves (or each other) in memorable
Carry your books in style in your very own bookbag. Jazz it up with bright colors and cool designs!
Stash your trash! Your car's back seat can be neat when kids decorate a milk carton to catch the clutter.
Explore celebrations across the globe! Capture a celebratory moment of your own by designing a colorful fabric banner!
Deck the halls with a message! Make a garland with Christmas Trees that display your holiday wishes.
Ever dream of being a king or queen? Create a gorgeous, glittering crown that will wow your royal court.
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
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