Need an inexpensive and fun graduation present for a brother, sister, or cousin? Make this handy bank that’s covered with laundry tips.
When teenagers start out on their own, either at college or with a job, they have to do their own laundry—ugh! Help them get organized with this fun and practical bank that includes laundry tips!
With Crayola Twistables™ Colored Pencils, make a list of helpful laundry tips. Look on the back of your detergent or ask someone in your house. You’ll find suggestions such as these: turn jeans inside out, lightly load the washer, read labels, separate colors, wash whites separately, empty pockets, save quarters.
Cover a cardboard box and its lid with paper. Attach the paper with Crayola School Glue. Air-dry the glue. Trim off any extra paper with Crayola Scissors.
Decorate your box using Crayola Twistables®. Add laundry tips and draw cool clothing. If you like, cut out clothing shapes, color them, and glue them on the box.
Ask an adult to cut a slot in the top of the lid. If you like, wrap clothesline around the box for ribbon. Color clothespins with Twistables and clip them on for bows. Include a few quarters if you can.
Need an inexpensive and fun graduation present for a brother, sister, or cousin? Make this handy bank that’s covered wit
Make an impression that really sticks! Use these unusual Glue Prints to make your own greeting cards or gift wrap.
Blend the honored tradition of quilt-making with brand new technology! Use Crayola Scissors to create beautiful paper de
Tissues decorate the outside of this treasure box! This mosaic box makes a unique gift—or place to store your stuff.
Decorate a container you would otherwise just throw away—and help save the Earth as well as the mess on your desk.
Enjoy the colors of these easy-to-make flowers. You’ll want to create a huge bouquet!
Need a simple but pretty gift for Grammy or a dear aunt? Young children can create this beautiful fan, handmade with lov
Kids combine colored bits of paper to cover a paper cup with mosaic. Fill the cup with Crayola® art supplies or soil to
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