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Create a beautiful homage to the patron saint of Mexico as your prepare to celebrate Guadalupe Day.
December 12 is when Mexicans celebrate the story of a peasant, Juan Diego, and his extraordinary encounter on a hillside near Mexico City in 1531. The image of the Virgin of Guadalupe is a symbol of Mexican culture, which weaves together ideas from indigenous and Hispanic peoples with Catholic and traditional religions. Families, homes, and cultural pride are all very important.
Here is one way to make a small plaque suitable for Guadalupe Day. Shape a handful of Crayola neon Model Magic® into a flattened oval. Cut the edges with Crayola Scissors if you wish. Crimp the edges with a marker cap or other tool in a decorative style.
Roll and trim the edges of a different color of modeling material that has been flattened. Gather it into folds. Place this fabric-like strip in the center of the base. Model Magic fresh from the pack sticks to itself.
Shape a small ball of Model Magic Naturals for the Virgin’s head. Make two small, flat ovals for her praying hands. Form her clothing, including a blue cloak. Press these pieces together. Place the assembled figure on top of the base. Secure with Crayola
If you want to hang the plaque, stick a large paper clip into the back of the base. Air-dry the sculpture for about 24 hours.
Embellish Mary’s cape with Crayola Glitter Glue. Decorate the base with more highlights, such as glued-on beads, to complete your retablo.
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