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What are your favorite instruments? What kinds of music do you think are cool? Show them on a musical mobile made with Crayola Color Explosion™!
Using a Crayola Color Explosion™ marker, draw several large musical instruments, notes, and other creative musical designs on Color Explosion paper. You’ll see surprising colors with every mark! Add glittery effects with Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry.
Cut out your pictures with Crayola Scissors. You can glue pictures back to back with Crayola School Glue or decorate the white side of the paper with Crayola Markers if you like.
To make a hanger for your mobile, decorate a full sheet of Color Explosion paper. About an inch (2.5 cm)from the edge, punch holes along the long edge of the paper. Cut pieces of yarn in various lengths. Thread the yarn through the holes and tie a knot on the end near the paper. Roll the paper into a tube and glue it together. Air-dry.
Punch holes in the top of your musical pictures. Thread the yarn hanging from the tube through the holes in your musical pictures and tie a knot. Cut a long piece of yarn, put it through the tube, and tie. You’re ready to hang your Musical Mobile!
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