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Fly with the fun! Design delicate dragonfly wings with Crayola Color Explosion™. Stick them into a Model Magic body to make a colorful insect.
Fold Crayola Color Explosion paper in half. With Crayola Scissors, cut out two dragonfly wings with one end pointed. You’ll have four wings!
Use the Color Explosion color-reveal marker on the black side of the paper to create beautiful wings. Dragonfly wings have very thin lines, so press very lightly. Or make your wings any way you’d like!
Roll a ball of Crayola Model Magic into a tapered dragonfly body. Press a little head onto the body. Model Magic sticks to itself when it is fresh from the pack. Add skinny coils in circles or swirls, dots, or stripes to decorate your dragonfly.
Press the wings into the dragonfly’s body just behind the head. If you want to make a puppet, press a craft stick into the body. Or air-dry the dragonfly and hang it up with string! You could even do a science fair project with insect replicas.
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