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Sport your team colors. Show your manly style with wristbands that are punched with texture. Best of all, they’re fun to make.
Flatten a large, thick rectangle of Crayola® Model Magic®.
Press a textured pattern into the rectangle. Use an object such as a Crayola marker cap or keys. Ask an adult before you use things in your home.
With Crayola Scissors, cut the large rectangle into about eight smaller rectangles.
Use a toothpick to push two holes through the sides of each small rectangle. Air-dry your stamped sections overnight.
Place one stamped section onto elastic, then add a bead. Alternate beads and stamped sections until the wristband is large enough for you to wear. Tie a knot in the elastic.
Repeat this process, pushing the elastic through the other hole in each stamped section and alternating beads with each one. Tie a knot in the end when you’re finished.
Use Crayola Glitter Glue to decorate the outside stamped portion of each wristband section. Air-dry the glue before you wear your wristband. Every guy you know needs one of these bracelets!
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Recycle dry Crayola Model Magic® pieces into gorgeous jewelry. Create one-of-a-kind gifts that will be worn with pride!
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