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Your gingerbread cutout won’t run away with a magnet on it’s back! All year around, it’ll hold up your art, coupons, or other items on the fridge.
Do you enjoy making gingerbread cookies? This gingerbread magnet won’t get stale or crumble—and it’s useful! Here’s how we made our magnet.
Roll & cut. Mix colors from Crayola Washable Gel Markers into white Crayola Model Magic® to make a gingerbread hue. Roll the modeling compound flat. Cut out your gingerbread figure with a cookie cutter. Or cut out your own design with Crayola Scissors.
Decorate. Form little balls for buttons. Mix two colors of Model Magic together just a little to create a marbleized look. Press the balls on the cutout. Model Magic that’s fresh from the pack sticks to itself. Roll decorative "snakes" and press them on. Air-dry overnight.
Add sparkles! Attach magnet tape to the back with Crayola School Glue. With Crayola Glitter Glue, add sparkling highlights to your magnet. Air-dry the glue before you decorate your refrigerator.
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