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When fish are wet, their scales are so shiny. With Color Wonder™ Glitter Paint, your fish will sparkle—with no mess.
Unfold your huge sheet of Crayola Color Wonder Paper. Remove the plastic pegs from your Color Wonder Glitter Paint brushes so the paint can flow.
To show your fish swimming among seaweed, paint a few plants in front first!
Then draw a large oval for the fish body. Leave breaks in the oval so it looks like the fish is swimming behind the seaweed. Add triangles for a tail and fins. Make a circle for an eye. Draw scales by making lots of U shapes on the fish body. By now, your scene is filled with sparkles!
Add more seaweed waving in the water. You could even paint tiny fish to make a whole school of sparkling swimmers. Air-dry the paint before hanging.
Let's make something!
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