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Children always need places to store their travel treasures. Take a dream vacation with them as they cover their suitcase with handmade travel stickers.
Choose a box for your suitcase. A one-piece sneaker box is great because the lid is attached.
Cut construction or white paper into rectangles with Crayola® Scissors. Draw pictures of places you have visited or hope to visit on your travel stickers. Use Crayola Crayons and Crayola Washable Markers to create scenes of parks, picnics, famous places, cities, beaches, or mountains. You could also include vehicles such as cars or planes.
Write travel words or destinations on more rectangles. Have fun! Visit the Big Apple! Customs! are some examples. Make up more words of your own.
Attach stickers to your Souvenir Suitcase with Crayola Glue Sticks. Point them in different directions to cover your suitcase.
To make a suitcase handle, ask an adult to poke two holes through one end of the box. Thread ribbon through the holes, and knot the ends inside the box.
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