Kids make dazzling rubbings with pine needles! Guests will be delighted to find their places at your winter holiday table. Create unique gift tags, too.
Make a rubbing template by spreading Crayola® School Glue on a small piece of cardboard. Arrange fallen pine needles on the sticky area in a holiday shape such as a fir tree, star, or candle. Dry.
Cut squares of construction paper for place cards using Crayola Scissors. Fold each square in half so the card stands up.
Write your guests' names in fancy letters with Crayola Colored Pencils or Crayons.
Lay each card flat on the rubbing template. Rub over the area with a colored pencil or crayon. Move the template around to fill the card with designs. Experiment with different colors, using the side and tip of the pencil.
Kids make dazzling rubbings with pine needles! Guests will be delighted to find their places at your winter holiday tabl
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