Need a gift for someone who loves golf? Receiving this picture frame and pencil holder will be as satisfying as scoring a few birdies and eagles!
Find out about the game of golf. Why do so many people play it? Here's how to make a great gift for someone who enjoys golfing.
With white Crayola® Model Magic®, form a large flat circle into a golf ball-shaped picture frame. Use Crayola Scissors to cut out the center of the ball to make room for a photograph. Use the tip of a Crayola Paint Brush to push indentations into the golf ball. Dry.
Cover your art area with recycled newspaper. Cut a cardboard paper towel tube in half for a golf bag pencil holder. Paint it with Crayola Washable Kid's Paint and Paint Brushes. Paint flat cardboard green to resemble grass. Dry. Repaint to get intense colors. Dry.
Use Crayola Washable Super Tips Fine Line Markers to sketch pockets on the golf bag pencil holder.
With Crayola School Glue, attach the picture frame and pencil holder to the grassy base. Use your imagination to personalize your gift with phrases such as World's Greatest Golfer or the recipient's name.
Need a gift for someone who loves golf? Receiving this picture frame and pencil holder will be as satisfying as scoring
Decorate a plastic box frame to fill with memories! Great for camps, sports or school events, reunions, or parties. Give
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Create a winter party centerpiece and matching place cards. Your table will sparkle with this snowy ice-skating scene!
Dress up an ordinary gift bag with air-brushed art made with your Crayola Color Wonder™ Sprayer. Your gift is in the bag
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Welcome winter with these cool window decorations-on the inside. Add your favorite winter sports, holidays, and activiti
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