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Create a seasonal table runner with materials you have on hand. Unique crafts extend your family's holiday fun.
Start with a clean white cloth, such as a plain recycled sheet or pillowcase, that fits your table.
Pull up several pinches of fabric and bind them tightly with rubber bands. Each pinch of fabric should be separate from the others, and can become a turkey tail, poinsettia, dreidel or other design, depending on the holiday.
Color the area that shows between the strands of rubber band with a Crayola® Washable Marker. If you are making flowers, add a few green areas for leaves at the bottom.
Cover a table top with recycled newspaper. Dampen the areas you drew on with a wet Crayola Paint Brush to blend the colors. Untie the rubber bands. Dry.
Add marker lines to outline and add detail to your designs. If you want these lines softened, use a damp paintbrush to pull the color into the design. Dry.
After your dinner, ask an adult to wash the runner so you can make a new Tie-Dye Table Runner for the next holiday!Crayola Washable Markers wash from skin and most washable children's clothing. Wash promptly in hot wash cycle. Do not use pre-wash or chlor
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