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Art builds children's confidence and coordination. With these no-sew quilts kids discover the importance of patterns, colors, shapes, and texture.
Peel wrappers from Crayola® Crayons. Under pieces of white paper, place textured objects such as carpet backing or rubber mats. Rub gently with the side of your peeled crayons. Create several different textures and colors.
With Crayola Scissors, cut your crayon rubbings in various sizes of small triangles.
Cut a new piece of white paper with a square to form your quilt. Fold it once in each direction to make four quilt squares.
Fill each of these squares with the smaller triangles containing your crayon rubbings. Experiment with different patterns, textures, and color combinations. Glue on your design with Crayola Glue Sticks.
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