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Personalize your party invitations! Design them for graduation, Valentine's Day, birthdays — any time you're ready for fun with friends.
Fold paper in half, then in half the opposite way. Create as many party invitations as you need.
On the front of each card, use Crayola® Color Switchers™ Markers to create a border. To make even edges, place another sheet of paper on top of the card so that only the border area shows. Or use a paper with uneven edges such as scallops or ridges.
Fill in borders with your favorite colors. Repeat for as many borders as you want to decorate. Then fill in the center of the card with color.
Flip the marker and apply the color switcher to add a pattern to your borders. Watch the magic as the color changes!
Write the invitation on the front and inside your card to make the most of your Color Switchers™ Markers.
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A big juicy slice of watermelon is a sure sign of warm weather! Create a mouth-watering welcome banner and matching part
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Get inspired by the sweet-smelling scents and rich colors of Crayola® Power Lines Washable Markers with Scents and write
Designing t-shirts together at a family reunion or summer barbecue is not only fun, but also makes a great keepsake to c
Let the neighborhood know it’s time to celebrate! Make a banner for your next block party—or bike rally, birthday bash,
Count the days until your birthday, the first day of school, or holidays such as Valentine’s Day! Before you know it, th
Friends and family smile with these little people that look just like them! Perfect decorations for your next family gat
Remember summer holiday picnics with a creative collage! This one features corrugated cardboard and melted crayon.
Craft some critter-inspired cards for friends or family. Whether the occasion is “Whale Wishes” or a simple” Bird-Day,”