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This elegant Victorian Boot is the perfect place to tuck holiday sweets and treats.
Use a tall plastic container such as a large spice bottle for the body of the boot. Crumple foil to shape a pointed, curled toe. Hold the foil next to the bottle and attach it by filling in the gaps with Crayola Model Magic® compound.
Cover the foil with your choice of a Model Magic color and smooth it. Then cover the entire boot with Model Magic compound, smoothing and shaping as you go.
Roll out more Model Magic compound. Try rolling it between two pieces of vinyl to get a really smooth sheet. Use a modeling tool to cut out four long triangles. Attach the triangles to decorate the top of the cuff.
Add small Model Magic balls to the triangle points and to the pointed tip of the boot. Air-dry the boot. Model Magic compound dries to the touch overnight and dries completely in 2 to 3 days.
Add embellishments with Crayola Glitter Glue and Squeezables™3-D Paint. Air-dry the paint before filling your boot with treats such as wrapped candy or craft supplies.
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