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Don’t be scared! Sculpt some "boo"-tiful Halloween magnets with Crayola Model Magic® compound, Glitter Glue and Markers.
To create a creepy cat, shape a Crayola Model Magic® head. Press to flatten slightly. Make two small triangles for ears. Press them on the head. Push chenille stems in the sides for wacky whiskers. Add eyes or other facial features with Model Magic bits, Glitter Glue or Markers. Air-dry 24 hours.
For a jaunty pirate, shape a Model Magic head. Press to flatten slightly. Shape a Model Magic half circle for the pirate’s hat. Press the two pieces together. Curl chenille stems around the end of a Marker barrel. Push them into the bottom of the hat for pirate’s hair. Add facial features, an eye patch, and other details with more Model Magic compound. Glitter Glue. Air-dry 24 hours.
Ready for a scary eye? Form a white Model Magic ball. Press to flatten slightly. Make a tiny ball to create the pupil. Press it on the eyeball. Add details with Glitter Glue and/or Markers. Air-dry 24 hours.
Glue magnetic tape to the back of each magnet. Air-dry the glue.
Place magnets on a metal surface and enjoy your scary creations! What other spooky possibilities can you imagine?
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Greet your Halloween guests with this spooky spider door decoration! Kids will really get the hang of this scary holiday
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Planning a Halloween party? Make these spooky spider bags so your guests can take home their treats in style.
Make your own cobwebs to hang in the corners! This cute critter is a Halloween decoration that could dangle in any room
Get into the Halloween spirit by decorating your windows with magical glowing spider webs!
Creative kids enjoy Halloween Trick-or-Treating with this one-of-a-kind mask they make themselves.
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