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Glow-in-the-dark play has never been more fun! With Crayola Glow Explosion you can feature new glow art every night in a Groovy Glow Box made from a recycled cereal box.
Have an adult help you cut away the front of an empty, recycled cereal box.
Create designs around the front of the box using your favorite Crayola art supplies. Try designing strips using Crayola Neon Explosion Paper and Markers. Fit them around the opening and to the top using Crayola School Glue.
Compare the size of Crayla Glow Explosion Paper to the size of your cereal box. If the box is smaller, you may need to cut your paper to fit inside the box. To make your paper stand up in the box, fold up about 2 inches along the bottom of the paper.
Draw and activate designs on the paper.
Slide your design into the Groovy Glow Box so the folded edge is on the bottom to keep it standing up in the box. You can make this a background design if you like, and make a second design to display in the front.
Make a second design to display in front by cutting a foreground piece. Fold back the bottom edge of this design. Cut away part of the top so you can see the background design. Be sure to activate the design before sliding it into the box.
Make a new design every night to keep your Groovy Glow Box glowing!
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