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Whether on the Savanna or in the jungle, a safari is always an adventure! Track a trip to distant lands or write a report in this handmade journal.
What do you think of when you hear the word safari? Exotic landscapes or intriguing animals? This journal is an excellent way to keep track of your ideas and even turn in assignments that capture attention!
Draw safari wildlife using Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils on construction paper. Erase until you’re happy with your cover illustrations.
Highlight areas with Crayola Gel Markers so features pop out. Breathe depth and texture into your cover using Crayola Twistables for shading and shadows.
Fold the paper in half to create your cover. Fold white paper in half for the journal’s interior pages. Tuck these inside your cover.
With Crayola Scissors, cut raffia. Place it along the centerfold. Tie the ends together. Fill your journal with vacation memories, poetry, sketches of your friends, or anything you like.
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