Your wall hanging will surely catch someone's eye when you use Slick Stix on foil.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut aluminum foil in any shape, or tear it to make an artsy, raggedy edge.
Place your foil on recycled newspaper. Gently outline designs in the foil with a Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencil. Use the pencil tip, side, or eraser to create imaginative textures such as bricks or leaves. To emboss your design (make it stand out), draw on the back of the foil.
Color your design with slippery smooth Crayola Slick Stix. To lighten a hue, gently wipe away some color with a bit of paper towel right after you add it to your picture.
Cut construction paper bigger than your foil art. Attach your art with a Crayola Glue Stick. To hang your greeting on a package or the wall, punch holes in the top. Tie on ribbon.
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Your gingerbread cutout won’t run away with a magnet on it’s back! All year around, it’ll hold up your art, coupons, or
Handmade gifts are a delight to make and receive! Kids arrange dry or silk flowers, feathers, or other lovely items in t
These finger-paint angels make heavenly decorations. Create an angel choir for tree trimmings, or make personalized Chri
Celebrate Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other loving holidays in style. Design placemats and napkin rings with col
What's up with angels? These whimsical tissue angels make perfect gifts! Use them to decorate packages, trees, or a holi
Add pizzazz to your windows with these beautiful heart suncatchers. They're made from colorful Crayola® crayon shavings.
For a project that kids'll say yes to in a heartbeat, try these Model Magic® hearts on a string. For expressing thoughts
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.