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Rah! Rah! Rah! Three cheers for your school. Show your loyalty by creating "spirit wear." Use Crayola Fabric Markers to decorate hats, hair ties, shoelaces, T-shirts—any clothing or accessories you choose.
How can you show school spirit? Create your own team-wear on any fabric, such as shirts, hats, or even vests. Here are a few ideas. Before you decorate any clothing, be sure to ask an adult for permission.
Design a Hat. On paper, use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils and your imagination to sketch a design for your hat. Use your school mascot, logo, or initials to create an original design. You can add stars, your name, or your class graduation year, too. These colored pencils erase easily, so try several possibilities.
Place white paper under your hat. Use Crayola Fabric Markers to draw your design on the hat. Air-dry the hat overnight before wearing.
Spiff Up Shoe Laces. On paper, sketch a design for your shoelaces. Use dots, dashes, squares, triangles, stripes, curves, squiggles, blocks, or check.
Place paper under the laces. Use the Fabric Markers to draw your design on the laces. Air-dry the laces overnight before putting them in your shoes.
Decorate Hair Ties. Sketch a design for your hair ties. Use dots, stripes, swirls, checks, hearts, stars, moons, flowers, or any pattern you like.
Using Crayola Scissors, cut a rectangle of plain, light-colored cloth about 4 inches (10 cm) by 6 inches (15 cm). Place paper under the fabric.
Use Crayola Fabric Markers to draw on the fabric. If the cloth is heavy, design both sides. Air-dry the ties overnight.
Fold fabric in half lengthwise. Holding fabric on the fold, cut strips up, but not through, the fold, to form fringe.
Open the fringed material and scrunch it together in the center to form a bow. Tie it securely around the center with string or a rubber band. After the marker dries overnight, you’re ready to wear your ties in your hair.
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