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Who is an anime fan? Make a figure of yourself—or a friend—doing something fun like dancing or running!
Twist a few chenille stems together to make an armature shaped like a human torso. Leave one end sticking up. Shape a round Crayola Model Magic® head at the top of the armature. Add eyes, hair blowing in the wind, and a small mouth—all in anime style.
Attach a chenille stem on the torso under the head by twisting to form a T shape. This forms the arms and shoulders. Build up your torso and arms by pressing Model Magic onto the armature. Add hands. To make fingers, snip the ends of the hands with scissors.
Attach two chenille sticks under the torso to form legs. Bend them to show the action! Shape funky jeans, a twirling skirt, or cool pants. Blue Magic compound is perfect for jeans! Add fun sneakers and shoelaces.
Dress your figure with fashionable Model Magic clothing. Tie a scarf around the neck or on your head as a bandana. Add rings or bracelets. Model Magic® dries to the touch overnight and dries completely in 2 to 3 days.
Your figure is ready to dance the night away!
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Make funky characters! Or friends’ faces! Crumple up newspaper and cover it with Crayola Model Magic®! How goofy can you
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Use Crayola® ReStick ‘Ems™ Letters and Numbers to encourage people in your town, city or community to improve your envir
Raise awareness in your community about families who are homeless. Your mini-poster can encourage people to make a posit
Begin by drawing what you know. Buff your drawings to create rich deep artwork with extra shine!
Imagine a colorful Chinese dragon swimming in the ocean! This make-believe creature can lead to many wonderful adventure
Create a reusable frame to display many masterpieces on your refrigerator with Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons.
Bring attention to good causes with an awesome fundraising container. Turn the container into a reusable surface with cl
Do you like to fish? Make a 3-D triarama of your favorite fishing spot.
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.
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