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This Halloween pumpkin patch is in the bag for kids! It's a quick, easy craft for holiday fun.
Use Crayola® Crayons to color the tops of paper lunch bags green or brown for pumpkin stems. Color the rest of the bags in pumpkin colors (oranges, browns, yellows, and greens). For a textured effect, remove the paper crayon wrappers. Place bags on top of textured surfaces and rub with the side of the crayon. Layer colors for a deep pumpkin look.
Open up your colored bags and fill with lightly crumpled recycled newspaper. Twist tops closed at the stem bottoms.
If you wish, make eyes, a nose, and a mouth for Halloween jack-o'-lanterns. Cut facial features from construction paper or white paper colored with dark crayons. Glue in place with Crayola School Glue.
Add cut-paper vines and leaves to display with your field full of plump pumpkins.
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Pumpkins are a colorful, traditional fall symbol. Kids create this beautiful seasonal decoration for a Halloween party o
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