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Decorate dozens of pretend cookies! Kids make them with Crayola® Silly Putty® stamps and Crayola Color Wonder.
What kinds of cookies do you like to bake or eat? Make prints of imaginary cookies you decorate yourself! Use Crayola Silly Putty to make cookie shapes such as circles, rectangles, and candy canes. Press the bottoms so they are flat.
Color the flat side of your shape with a Crayola Color Wonder Marker. The marker color won't show on your Silly Putty.
While the marker color is still damp, press the Silly Putty cookie shape onto Color Wonder Paper and gently press down. When you lift the Silly Putty, the Color Wonder cookie will magically appear! Make as many cookies as you like.
Decorate each cookie with Color Wonder Markers. Use the marker tip to make dots that look like sprinkles. Draw stripes and lines for icing. Color red dots on top of green dots to look like chocolate chips. Have fun making your own designs!
Carefully tear cookies from the paper. Attach them to a paper plate with a Crayola Glue Stick.
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