Customize your own box of 64 Count Crayola Crayons, 8 Count Crayola Crayons or Crayola Art Case in just a few quick steps. It's easy and fun!
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Add a personal flair to any wardrobe! This dramatic, easy-to-create jewelry is made with glue and Crayola Twistables®.
Design your jewelry. Ready to make fashionable pins AND pendants? Give this simple, cool jewelry-making technique a try. Sketch your designs on paper with Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils. Notice how the sample pins have wavy lines with wide spaces between them. You could write words or make other designs on your pieces.
Ask an adult to cut black foam board into the size and shape of pin or pendant that you need.
Draw with glue! Use Crayola School Glue to draw your design directly on the foam board. Air-dry the glue overnight. It will dry clear.
Color your designs. Use a heavy layer of Crayola Twistables, Crayons, or Construction Paper Crayons to fill the spaces between the black lines that show through the glue. Lightly polish the colors with a tissue.
Glue on a pin backing. Or, to make a pendant, just glue the pendant to yarn. Air-dry overnight before wearing or wrapping as a gift.
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Create fun, unique party favors that your guests will love! Customize these twisty treat or gift holders to match any pa
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See glue in a new way! Experiment with Crayola® No-Run School Glue and Crayola® Watercolors to create a colorful resist
Transform clothespins and canvas into a one-of-a-kind photo board to display your favorite pictures or works of art!
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