What lives in the parched, mysterious desert? Create a 3-D textured picture of desert plants and animals.
It’s easy to make a textured picture that looks and feels like a sandy desert. Lay sandpaper on a hard, flat surface. Place white paper on top of the sandpaper.
Unwrap Crayola® Multicultural Crayons. Rub crayon on the paper to create a bumpy, pebbly texture just like you would find in a desert. Remove sandpaper. Color sky so it has a contrasting smooth texture.
On separate paper, use Crayola Crayons and Multicultural Crayons to draw and color desert plants and animals such as yucca, cacti, flowers, camels, or snakes. Carefully tear out each piece.
To curl some edges, roll paper pieces around a crayon and then uncurl. Snakes look like they could jump right out! Use a Crayola Glue Stick to attach desert treasures to your landscape. Is it real—or a mirage?
With the helping hand from your little artist, watch creativity blossom using My First Crayola Fingerpaint!
Create utensil holders or a vase for a floral centerpiece for a picnic or any holiday gathering!
Use Crayola Markers and Paint to bring fallen autumn leaves back to life! Create lively characters and draw a silly scen
Paint some spring tulips with an unusual tool – a plastic fork! Pick your own unique colour palette to create an origina
Get your fingers buzzing when you create this playful fingerprint painting! Use Crayola® Washable Watercolours to stamp
Create a novel tissue box sleeve for the classroom or home!
It's a snap! Make bright bag clips, merry memo holders, or magnificent magnets with clothespins.
Get creative with cotton swabs and Crayola Watercolors in this simple, yet impressive, painting project!
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