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Create an impressive, colorful plaid with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Make your own clan’s Tartan for a greeting card, report cover, even gift wrap!
Students find out about Scottish and Irish clans and their historic Tartans. They can search for one with their family name. Or invent one! Will you use your plaid to make a wallhanging, nameplate, or door hanger? Choose the size of paper that works best. Fold it if necessary to make a card or report cover. Then decorate it in a colorful plaid! Here’s how.
Using two or more Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils, draw stripes at an angle across your paper until it is completely covered. Use the eraser to remove lines in the opposite direction of the stripes. This forms a check pattern similar to Scottish plaid.
To embellish the design, erase a shield in the center and color it. Use your imagination to add symbols to your shield. Write and outline the title of the report or other words after erasing space for them.
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