These Neon Color Explosion® flowers are bursting with bright colors! Make a bouquet to dazzle someone special—it will always look fresh!
Make a colorful vase for your bouquet. Fold over about 2 inches (5 cm) on the long side of Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper. Decorate this rim and the rest of the vase with Neon Color Explosion Markers. Roll paper into a cylinder. Attach the edges with self-adhesive dots.
Create spectacular flowers. Draw, color, and decorate an array of buds, blooms, and leaves. Cut out various shapes, colors, and sizes. Cut fringe or strips and curl around a marker barrel for 3-D effects. Neon Color Explosion Paper holds folds and bends beautifully! Combine layers of color and multiple cut-paper textures to make glorious blossoms that burst like fireworks from your vase. Add flower centers with Neon Color Explosion shapes or foam pieces.
Attach flowers and leaves to chenille stems. Curl the stems around marker barrels for sizzling effects, too. Fill the vase with as many beautiful flowers as you can imagine. This is such a memorable gift!
These Neon Color Explosion® flowers are bursting with bright colors! Make a bouquet to dazzle someone special—it will al
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