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Use your fingerprints to turn grapes into raisins! Every raisin has its day in the sun with this easy, mess-free Crayola Color Wonder™ project.
Fold a sheet of Crayola Color Wonder Paper in half.
Color your thumb with Color Wonder Fingerpaint. Don't worry! The paint will only show up on the special Color Wonder paper, not on your fingers!
Quickly use your colored thumb to make a grape print on the left side of the paper. Press again. Add more color to your thumb to keep the grapes bright. Press your thumb until you have a big bunch of grapes.
Color the tip of your pinky finger with Color Wonder Fingerpaint. On the right side of the paper, print with your colored fingertip to make raisins. Repeat to make lots of raisins.
Draw details such vines, leaves, and a sun with Color Wonder Markers. Your picture shows how sun-dried grapes turn into raisins!
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