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'Tis the season... kids' favorite reason... to enjoy making and receiving holiday cards. Holiday packages and mailboxes will shine with handcrafted cards.
Fold construction paper in half or quarters. Use Crayola® Metallic FX Crayons, Washable Markers, and Glitter Glue to decorate holiday greetings. Write a poetic message on the front or inside. Be sure to put the artist's name on the back of the card.
Texture cards: Draw, color, and cut out paper images with Crayola Scissors. Glue the pieces to your card with Crayola Glue Sticks.
Pop-up cards: Cut a strip of drawings from construction paper. Fold and attach to the inside the card. When the card is opened, the image will pop out.
Peek-hole cards: Cut out a portion of the card front to reveal a picture drawn underneath.
Bookmark cards: Design personalized cards to use as bookmarks.
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