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Where do you find interesting creatures? You can find them in nature, in your imagination—or even waiting inside a box of crayons.
Where have you found interesting creatures? Under rocks? Flying by your ear? Or in your imagination? Now you can <EM>almost</EM> make them come to life.
Pick a Crayola® Crayon for the body of your creature. Cut chenille stems (long enough to wrap around the crayon) with Crayola Scissors for legs and antennae. Bend and shape chenille stems to support the crayon creature’s body.
Cut out shapes from construction paper for wings or other parts. Decorate with Crayola Crayons. Stick to chenille stems with Crayola School Glue. Air-dry before twisting chenille stems around crayon.
Make eyes and other body parts from paper, crayons, and other craft items.
Let's make something!
Tame the wild--create a fiery dragon with Model Magic® compound! Cover recycled materials to transform them into the lor
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What kind of creature can fly and spit fire? What if it had two heads and three tails? Here’s a fun project that lets yo
Celebrate Chinese New Year, or explore the country's fascinating art and culture, with this colorful Golden Chinese Drag
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