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Print your own colorful, original gift wrap paper!
What gift will you wrap with the paper you create? Think of a design that fits the person or holiday.
First, you will print a pattern of shapes on your wrapping paper. Outline your printing block with a Crayola® Colored Pencil on a recycled foam produce tray. Draw areas inside the shape to cut out, too. Use pointed Crayola Scissors to carefully cut out your design.
Cut a second produce tray into a back that is slightly larger than your design. With Crayola School Glue, attach the cut-out to the backing. Air dry.
Cover your art area with newspaper. Place a slightly damp paper towel on a third produce tray. Add a few drops of your favorite colors of Crayola Washable Kid's Paint to the paper towel. Spread the paint with a Crayola Paint Brush.
Use newsprint or other paper that is large enough to wrap your gift. Press your foam printing block into the paint. Apply even pressure so all of the raised, cut-out areas pick up paint. Press the printing block to your paper. Repeat to make a pattern. Air dry flat.
Use Crayola Gel Markers to outline your prints and fill in any empty spaces.
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