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Dribble, dunk, and pass the basketball with your own dream team! Use Crayola® Model Magic® and chenille sticks to sculpt perfect players.
Design your own dream basketball team! Five players from each team are on the basketball court during a game.
To make each player, blend in color from Crayola Multicultural Washable Markers to add skin tones to white Crayola Model Magic. Shape heads, and roll two small bits of colored Model Magic to press onto each player for eyes. Roll thin red Model Magic snakes and break into small pieces for mouths.
Sculpt players' muscular bodies by rolling long, thick snakes of Model Magic. Press slightly flat with your palm. Attach heads to bodies. Add colorful Model Magic uniforms if you wish.
Use Crayola Scissors to cut chenille stems for arms and legs. Push into the body. Press pieces of Model Magic onto the arms for hands and onto the legs for shoes.
Add hair and other details using Model Magic, yarn, and Crayola Classic Fine Line Markers. Use Crayola School Glue to attach yarn hair to players' heads. Dry.
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