Design, collect, and trade your own charms for this bracelet. Create the magic with Crayola® Color Switchers™ Markers.
Cut several long, thin strips of colored construction paper with Crayola Scissors. Choose one strip to use as the base for your bracelet. Wrap the others around it, so the original color shows through. Use Crayola School Glue to glue the strips of paper in place.
Trim the bracelet so it's large enough to slip onto your wrist, but not so large that it falls off easily. Glue the strip closed, into a circle. Air dry.
Draw charms for your bracelet with Crayola Color Switchers™ Markers on white construction paper. What people, pets, music, friends, good times, or places do you want to display on your wrist?
Flip the marker and apply the color switcher to finish each charm. What happens with the magical colors? Carefully cut out charms.
Cut short lengths of narrow ribbon. Fold each thin strip in half and glue it to the back of each charm. Air dry.
Tie each charm on your bracelet with more ribbon. Trade charms with your friends. Give these Magical Bracelets as gifts if you like!
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