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Create a mini Model Magic® YOU! Think about body proportions and postures as you make a sculpture of yourself doing one of your favorite things.
Look at yourself in a full-length mirror as you do different poses of yourself as you think you look doing favorite activities such as dancing, kicking a goal, and playing an instrument.
Use a tape measure to measure and compare body proportions, such as arm length in relationship to head size. Think about how you will make a sculpture of yourself that reflects the true proportions of your body.
Use Crayola® Model Magic to sculpt a figure of yourself engaged in your favorite activity. Optional: To make a necklace with this sculpture, poke a hole in the top with a paperclip while the Model Magic is fresh.
Dry the sculpture overnight.
Cover a work area with recycled newspaper. Use Crayola Washable Watercolors, Paint Brushes, Washable Markers, and/or Washable Multicultural Markers to embellish the sculpture. If desired, thread a ribbon through the hole to make a necklace. Attach ends of ribbon with clear adhesive tape.
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