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Draw toys and tear fringe to make this shapely wallhanging shield. Crayola® Color Wonder™ keeps color on the paper---and off small hands!
Knights often carried shields with symbols. To make your own imaginary shield to hang, fold the bottom third of a sheet of Crayola Color Wonder Paper. Unfold.
Draw several of your toys or other interesting shapes on the top of the paper with Color Wonder Markers. Overlap shapes for an interesting effect.
Color in the shapes with Color Wonder Markers.
Fringe the plain paper from the bottom up to the fold line by tearing strips. Color each fringe strip using Color Wonder Markers.
Glue ribbon to the back of your shield with Crayola School Glue. Dry. Hang your Shape Shield above your toy shelf or on the wall.
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