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Give the gift of YOU in the form of coupons or treats tucked in paper pouches created with Crayola Neon Color Explosion!
Fold down the top, short edge of a piece of Neon Color Explosion Paper about 2 inches. Press and crease with your fingers.
Turn the paper over and fold the sides over the middle, dividing the paper into thirds, bringing one edge over the other. Press the creases with your fingers.
Nest one of the folded sides into the other by tucking the top of the folded edge under the folded flap.
Fold up the bottom of the folded paper so it almost reaches the top, but not quite.
Tuck that bottom edge under the folded top edge to complete your pouch!
Next, have fun designing both sides of the pouch with Crayola Neon Color Explosion Markers. Make stripes, dots, or swirls. Write a name on your pouch. Draw a doodle on the front and another doodle on the back.
Cut out fun coupons for friends and family and place them in your pouch. Or fill them with treats or gifts.
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