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Friends and grandparents will be thrilled to receive this handcrafted Halloween card. This Boo! card has more than a ghost of a chance!
Using Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils, draw the outline of a ghost (or any scary creature) on a recycled file folder. Cut it out with Crayola Scissors.
Fold a piece of construction paper in half. Place the ghost cutout on the paper. Using a Crayola Twistables Crayon, rub color all around the cutout onto the paper. Rub out about as far as your fingernail is long. Color around the entire ghost. Lift the cutout to see your ghostly image. Add eyes and a mouth.
Lay your ghost cutout on top of the first one at a different angle so they overlap just a bit. Repeat your color rubbings for a second ghost.
Use a small piece of paper towel to rub crayon color from the center of the design outward so the edges are slightly smudged-for a ghostly look.
Let's make something!
Looking for special Halloween party invitations or notepaper? Why not make your own ghostly stationery?
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