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This adorable, playful panda could be a party invitation, thank you note, place card, or the start of a collection of these cute creatures.
Pandas are often used as symbols for endangered animals worldwide. There are fewer than 1,000 left in the wild. Find out more about these interesting animals and then create cards to invite friends to a panda party, to say thank you for a gift. Be imaginative and create a family of furry creatures!
Cut white construction paper in half. Fold each section in half again to make two cards. Keeping the folded edge at the top, draw a panda lying on its back using Crayola Colored Pencils. Place the ears and paws on the fold.
Color the panda with Crayola Markers.
Cut out the panda, leaving the ears and paws attached at the fold. Add words inside, or place guests’ names on the back to make place cards. Create several different sizes to make a panda family.
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