Greet family and friends through a window decorated with your own art! These Blooming Windows Smiles really do shine!
Find a window in your home that can be seen by those coming to visit. Be sure the window is securely closed and locked. Ask a grown-up to help.
Use Crayola Window Crayons to draw face-size circles on the window.
TIP: To "erase" and redo any Crayola Window Crayon or Window artwork, simply wipe away with a damp paper towel then dry with another paper towel.
Add flower petals around each circle using Crayola Window Markers. Use your imagination to make different kinds of petals. Some ideas to try: • Draw lots of wide lines around the circle for a wildflower. • Closely arranged, wide yellow lines will crea
Fill each petal with color using Window Markers or Window Crayons. Tips to try: • Fill in the entire area with broad, solid strokes of marker color. • Dab marker dots in 2 colors. See colors blend to make a third color. • Scribbles look fun and fill in big areas quickly.
Remember to gather family members to peek through your Blooming Window Smiles as guests arrive!
Smiles and Happy Hats top off a festive mood. Celebrate with color and curls straight from The Crayola® Factory™!
Design, collect, and trade your own charms for this bracelet. Create the magic with Crayola® Color Switchers™ Markers.
Getting to know some new friends? Want to learn more about your favorite people at a party? Link up with these colorful
Stomp around your room with Monster or Animal feet. Color your favorite type of feet on your socks and have fun!
Craft a picture frame that will cause a buzz! Make this bee-themed frame to hold your favorite picture.
Have a party coming up? Involve kids in planning and preparations. Create your own piñata to accentuate your theme.
Summer fun for more than one! Create a pair of magnetic flip-flop frames--one for you and one to share!
Kids are naturally curious about bugs. Count insect wings or legs, and then capture the iridescent colors!
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.