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It only takes a few simple shapes and a bit of imagination to make this gorgeous pin to celebrate the season!
Shape white Crayola Model Magic® compound into a rectangle and lay it on a paper plate. Round the top with your fingers to form an arch.
Form wings and press them on the sides. Model Magic® compound sticks to itself and almost any surface. Roll balls of Model Magic and press them onto the angel to make the face and hands.
Twist a thin white Model Magic roll with a red roll to make a tiny striped candy cane. Press it into the angel’s hands. Model Magic dries to the touch overnight and is completely dry in 2 to 3 days.
Draw a face on your angel with Crayola Fine Line Markers. Decorate the body with Crayola Glitter Glue to make it sparkle.
Cut a small square of cardboard with Crayola Scissors. Attach decorative ribbons for the background of your pin with Crayola No-Run School Glue. Glue the angel on top of the ribbons. Glue a pin back to the cardboard. When the glue has air-dried, the angel is ready to wear or give as a gift.
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