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Making crayon rubbings is fun. Crayola Triangular Crayons make it even easier! Look for textures in unexpected places and make a unique game for hours of good times.
Plan your game board first. Decorate the edges of your paper with a Crayola Triangular Crayon. To make a background rubbing, remove the wrapper from a crayon. Lay paper over a hard, flat textured item, such as a brick, sandpaper, or sink mat. Rub with the flat side of the crayon. Find another texture, and use a different color, to rub the four crossed lines to divide your board into nine squares.
To make the game pieces, mark two squares the same size as the ones on your game board on more paper. Use Crayola Glitter Glue to draw an X and an O (or any other shapes you like) inside the squares. Air-dry for 60 minures.
Place paper over the X. Make five rubbings. Make five rubbings of the O. Cut out your game pieces. Attach self-adhesive foam dots to the backs to make them easy to pick up. Decorate your pieces with Glitter Glue if you like. Allow to dry.
Store game pieces in a zipper lock food storage bag. Paper clip the bag to the game board so all the pieces are ready to go whenever you want to play!
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