Use Crayola Color Explosion Papers

How To : Use crayola color explosion papers

Crayola Color Explosion™ lets you create wild multicolored effects with a single color-reveal marker! The unique clear-ink marker works only with black Color Explosion paper, revealing hidden colors for amazing designs. Drawings can be done freehand or with stencils. A great p ...more

How To : Make a spider web treat bags with Crayola

Learn how you can make a spooky spider web treat bag with this arts and crafts tutorial from Crayola. These easy spider web treat bags are perfect for a trick-or-treat bag or as party favor bags. You will need 2 small white paper bags, Crayola Color Explosion black paper, Cray ...more

How To : Make a coin tray for Father's Day with Crayola

Some Dads, or brothers or grandfathers, jingle lots keys and coins in their pockets. Give them a hand for their pocket change and car keys with this one-of-a-kind tray. Learn how you and your child can make a nifty tray for keys and coins with this arts and crafts tutorial fro ...more

How To : Make a paper color spinner with Crayola

Bring all of the colors of the rainbow together with this cool color spinner. You and your child will learn how to mix colors to make new colors with this fun arts and crafts project from Crayola. You will need white poster board, a paper plate, a circle maker or compass, scis ...more

How To : Create paper monkeys with Crayola

Learn how to make these brightly colored monkeys using Crayola Color Surge markers with this tutorial. You will need Crayola Color Surge Markers and Paper, school glue, erasable colored pencils, scissors, and recycled cardboard pieces. These brightly colored monkeys are a fun ...more

How To : Make summer breeze spinners with Crayola

Send cool designs spinning on warm summer breezes. Learn how to create a spiral spinner from Crayola Color Surge paper and markers with this arts and crafts tutorial. You will need Crayola Color Surge paper and markers, crayons, markers, colored pencils, scissors, and paper pl ...more

How To : Separate the colors in a black marker with Crayola

Check out this great science project craft from Crayola. Learn how to separate the colors in a black marker with this tutorial. You will need Markers, scissors, a paper towel, wax paper, and a container of water. This is a great project to teach your kids about the science of ...more

How To : Make paper ornaments with Crayola

Check out this fun arts and crafts project for the holidays with this tutorial from Crayola. Learn how to make paper ornaments with your kids using Crayola products. You will need paper or paper shapes, hole punch, scissors, string, your favorite markers, cookie cutters, erasa ...more

How To : Make a 3-D heart pouch with Crayola

Check out this great Valentine's Day craft idea from Crayola in this how to video. You can learn how to make a personalized 3-D heart pouch that is perfect for you or that special Valentine. You will need markers, crayons, school glue, colored pencils, scissors, colored paper, ...more

How To : Make a simple volcano project experiment

Vinegar and baking soda (and red food coloring if you're going all out) combine to make quite the little explosion. After you've made a little paper volcano, watch this video tutorial and learn how to carry out a really easy science experiment. You've probably made a volcano b ...more

How To : Make a rotating pencil holder with Crayola

Create a rotating 4-sided pencil holder that tells what's up at your desk. Is it a homework zone? An art zone? Are you Homework FREE? Learn how you and your kids can make a cool pencil holder that announces what is going on in your room with this arts and crafts tutorial. You ...more

How To : Create a summer picnic challenge with Crayola

Pack some fun for your next gathering of family and friends. Imaginations run wild with everyday picnic supplies and your favorite Crayola Crayons and Markers. You will need crayons, markers, colored pencils, scissors, glue, tape, and picnic supplies (paper plates, napkins, cu ...more

How To : Make a creative holiday card with Crayola

Learn how to make a window holiday card with this tutorial. This is a fun arts and crafts project to do with your children. You will need to use the Crayola Cutter to create peek-through windows in your card. The materials needed for this project are 2 large pieces of white pa ...more

How To : Make Your Own Lipstick at Home (Using Crayons!)

Often, despite your favorite makeup mecca's rows and rows of endless colors, applicators, and brands, it's hard to find the perfect shade of lipstick—especially one at the price you want. Rather than resorting to what's available in stores, turn to your stovetop and a box of c ...more

Pop Rocks Recipes : Add Some Fireworks to Your Food

If you're a child of the '70s, then you'll probably remember Pop Rocks, those fizzy little candies that created such a buzz. They went out of style in the States for a while, but now they're back with retro status. I was surprised to see them in my kids' Halloween bags a few y ...more

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