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Need a simple but pretty gift for Grammy or a dear aunt? Young children can create this beautiful fan, handmade with love and Crayola® Color Wonder™.
Why do people use fans? Not long ago, every well-dressed woman carried a fan. Today, fans are for fun-and to keep cool. You can make fans for yourself, or to give as gifts. Here's how.
Place small pieces of clear adhesive tape or masking tape on Crayola Color Wonder Paper. Color over the entire sheet with Color Wonder Markers. Dry.
Carefully pull off the tape. What happened? The paper is plain underneath the tape!
Tear a paper doily as long as one long edge of the Color Wonder paper. Attach it with a Crayola Glue Stick.
Fold the paper back and forth to form a fan. Hold one end of the fan tightly in your hand. Ask an adult to wrap the end with adhesive tape to form a handle. Add long pieces of ribbon for decoration.
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