Curl narrow strips of colorful Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper—the technique is called quilling. Add them to cards that you decorate with unique markers to make spectacular holiday greetings.
Research a winter holiday such as Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or Chinese New Year. What traditions are observed in different cultures for these holidays? When were greeting cards introduced? Find out about Victorian "trick cards" at Christmas. Learn about the art of paper quilling, which you will use to make a one-of-a-kind card.
Fold bright Crayola Neon Color Explosion® Paper to create your holiday card. Choose a pertinent theme and symbols, such as a Christmas tree.
Choose another color of Neon Color Explosion Paper. Cut it into narrow strips with Crayola Scissors. You will use these strips to do quilling—rolling decorative paper coils.
Smooth each strip between two fingers until the paper bends. Fold over one end and roll the paper to form a tight coil. Pinch coils into shapes, such as rectangles for candles, a teardrop, the letter S, or a circle. Glue the loose end in place and hold until the glue sets.
Make interior cuts in your card if you like. Arrange your coils on the cover of your card. Glue them in place. Air-dry the glue.
Use Crayola Neon Color Explosion Markers to write greetings and add details.
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