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Looking for party ideas? Shell necklaces are perfect accessories for a funny, sunny Birthday at the Beach party. They’re easy to make and colorful too!
Ready to plan a birthday party at the beach? Select your color scheme first. Crayola® Markers are the ultimate in beach-y keen colors! Write your invitations and menus, decorate treat bags, and create party favors with them.
Guests at your party will LOVE to make a tropical colored "shell" necklace with Crayola Neon Model Magic. Here are directions to share with them. Decide how many shells you want on your necklace. Shape Model Magic into shells with your fingers or on the back of a teaspoon. Or cut out shell shapes with a cookie cutter.
Use a straw to poke a hole into the top of each shell. If you like, press designs into the shell with textured objects such as fork tines or sea shells..
Measure out yarn for your necklace. Cut it with Crayola Scissors. Thread shells, tying each one separately. Air-dry your necklace overnight.
Attach the ends of your necklace with tape when it is ready to wear. Remember to take your shell necklace off before you swim!
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These pleasantly plump pumpkins are perfect for rounding out your fall festivities. Make these for Halloween decorations
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Give your home or picnic a creative flair! The whole family will enjoy these custom-designed decorative plates.
Decorate dozens of pretend cookies! Kids make them with Crayola® Silly Putty® stamps and Crayola Color Wonder.
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