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When the eggs are all decorated and you are still in the mood to be creative, make an Egg-Citing Table Topper with Crayola Crayons, Colored Pencils, and Watercolors.
Cover the table surface with recycled newspaper. Have containers of water and paper towels on hand.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut paper into large egg shapes.
Draw bright designs on each egg shape using Crayola Crayons.
Paint over the crayon designs using Crayola Washable Watercolors. Notice how the crayon designs pop right through the watercolors!
When dry, attach each egg to a Crayola Colored Pencil using two pieces of tape on the back. OPTIONAL: Attach another egg shape to the back of each pencil so the table topper looks complete from all view points.
Color the outside of a clay flower pot with a white Crayola crayon. Paint over the white crayon with brown watercolor paint. The result will be a textured, distressed look.
Fill a flower pot, plastic container, or box with aquarium gravel, marbles, lots of small balls, or rocks. "Plant" each egg-topped pencil in the material. Arrange so each pencil can be seen. Add raffia for decoration.
Place your Egg-citing Table Topper on a holiday table. Use the pencils in your Egg-citing Table Topper to play Easter games or create Easter artwork. Design and print your own coloring pages on Crayola.com.
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