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Kids' imaginations take flight with this kite! Spring decorating's a breeze with quick projects like these!
Brighten your room with a colorful kite! Here's how to make a light paper kite that's a decorating dream.
Fold in the top corners of a long, rectangular piece of watercolor paper about one-fourth of the way down. Fold in the bottom three-fourths of the paper in the same way to create a diamond-shaped kite. Glue down your folds with Crayola® School Glue. Dry.
Draw a bright design on the kite with Crayola Crayons. Use your own ideas, such as colorful flowers, geometric designs, dragons, or birds.
Spread newspaper over your art area. Using Crayola Washable Watercolors and Paint Brushes, paint over the crayon. The wax resists the paint and your kite design will shine through! Dry.
Cut a piece of yarn or ribbon with Crayola Scissors for a kite tail. Ask an adult for permission to use colorful fabric scraps. Cut them into narrow rectangles. Tie fabric scraps to the yarn. Glue the yarn to the end of the kite. Dry.
Decorate your room or a door with a colorful kite! If you'd like to make a kite to fly, try<a href="http://www.crayola.com/ideas/idea_display.cfm?id=304"> Air-Flow Kites.</a>
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