Create a colourful pair of crayon inspired canvas shoes with Crayola paints and fabric markers!
In a plastic cup, mix paints to create your perfect shade. To create this teal colour we combined our light blue paint, our yellow paint, and added a small amount of white paint until the colour was just right!
Use a paintbrush to paint the canvas area of the shoes. When completely covered, set aside and allow to dry completely. For any drips or smudges, use a damp cotton swab to clean around the edges.
When completely dry, use a black Crayola Fabric Marker to outline the shape of the signature Crayola serpentine on the front of the shoes.
Fill in the area around the serpentine with black acrylic paint and allow to dry completely.
Add an accent by using Crayola Fabric Markers to write your name or the colour name on the sides of the shoes.
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