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Surprise a friend with a fun bracelet or necklace complete with a silly saying—just like those on Valentine hearts!
Crayola Model Magic fresh from the pack is perfect for this project because it sticks to itself. In just a short time you can make lots of fun, colorful jewelry. Make several pieces to trade with your friends!
To make a bracelet, roll a piece of Model Magic long enough to go over your friend’s hand and thick enough to press beads into it. Use letter beads to create your saying, such as Be Mine or Be My Valentine. Press the beads into the bracelet. Form a circle and press the ends together. Air-dry overnight.
Cut yarn long enough for a necklace or pendant. Decide what you want to say. For each word or letter, roll out two small beads of Model Magic. Put one piece under the yarn and the other on top. Press together. Press beads and/or jewels into some shapes. Write your saying with Crayola Glitter Glue on others. Air-dry overnight.
Attach the ends of your necklace with clear adhesive tape to wear it.
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