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Here’s a clever way to say "Thank you!" Even young children can be creative with these easy-to-make, practical paperweights.
Ask an adult to help you find a rock that’s just the right size for a paperweight. Wash and wipe off the rock with a paper towel.
Spread newspaper on your craft area. A picnic table would be perfect. Paint the rock with Crayola® Washable Kid’s Paint and Paint Brushes (young children use So Big Brushes or sponges). Air-dry the paint.
Personalize the rock by painting a colorful design or writing a thank-you message. Air-dry it again before you gift-wrap it or put in on your desk.
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