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It’s Spring! A Signs of Spring Paper Quilt is a creative way to remind you that warmer days are on the way! Crayola Color Wonder makes this project fun for artists ages 3 to 103!
Go outside to search for signs of the spring season. Look closely at little buds on the trees. Listen to birds in the bushes. Discover flowers sprouting from the ground. Take your ideas back inside to create artwork.
Tear several pieces of Crayola Color Wonder Paper into smaller, same-size squares. Older children might use Crayola Scissors and a ruler to measure and cut paper.
Use a hole punch to make two holes along each edge of every piece of Color Wonder paper.
Think about signs of spring. On each square, use Crayola Color Wonder Markers and Crayola Color Wonder Soft Sticks to draw things that reminds you of spring.
Create a colorful border around each drawing. Use Crayola Color Wonder Fingerpaints to dab colorful dots around the edge of each piece of Color Wonder Paper. Let dry.
Arrange your drawings into rows so they look like a quilt of colorful designs. Line up pairs of holes. Count the pairs. Have an adult help cut short pieces of ribbon to tie each pair together.
Carefully thread a piece of ribbon through a pair of holes to link two squares together. Tie the squares together loosely. Little artists can help put the string through the holes. If you are just learning to tie, this is great practice! A grown-up can he
When the drawings are all tied, hang your Signs of Spring Paper Quilt where everyone can see it!
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