You draw a surprise with a crayon. Your friend finds out what you drew using Color Wonder™ Soft Sticks™. What’s going to "pop" out?
Will it be a monster, glass of milk, or a kitty cat? Your friends won’t know until they reveal your crayon drawing. Here’s how to have loads of surprising fun with Crayola Color Wonder™ Soft Sticks™!
Draw a furry rabbit, a ghost, a cloud--anything that’s sweet or scary using a white Crayola Crayon on Color Wonder Paper. Make sure the lines are thick with crayon.
Ask a friend to use Color Wonder™ Soft Sticks to gently color over the white crayon. See how your secret drawing pops out from the crayon wax! That’s called crayon resist.
Try other ways to reveal your drawings. Divide the page with lines and use a different Soft Sticks color for each section. Scribble white crayon randomly over the paper, then color over the top with Soft Sticks hues. Or trace over white crayon lines with
Turn this activity into a game with friends. Each of you draws a picture of something recognizable without letting the others see it. Take turns coloring over a part of the drawing to reveal just a little. Who can figure out what the complete picture looks like?
You draw a surprise with a crayon. Your friend finds out what you drew using Color Wonder™ Soft Sticks™. What’s going to
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