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The sun shines every day with this folk art sun face reproduction. Energize this solar-powered project that celebrates summer fun and ancient cultures.
With your fingers or a rolling pin, flatten a large chunk of yellow Crayola® Model Magic®.
Turn a plastic or paper cereal bowl upside down. Mold Model Magic around the mounded side to form a sun face, shaped like folk art from Mexican and other cultures.
Create facial features for your sun with more Model Magic. Use different colors, or shape and pull the flattened Model Magic.
With a plastic fork, press all around the edges to create a "pie shell" design for the sun's rays.
If you want to hang your sun face, poke a hole through the soft Model Magic with a plastic drinking straw. Dry.
Thread yarn through the hole to hang.
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