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Dip into the craters of your children's imagination and see what cosmological creations come to light. Use expired Model Magic® to make these paperweights.
Spread recycled newspaper over work area.
Tear off chunks of dried Model Magic. Create moon mountains and craters by piling up the chunks on a base such as a recycled margarine tub lid or cardboard. Glue the paperweight sculpture together with Crayola School Glue. Let the glue dry.
For rocks that look like they are from the moon, paint with black Crayola Washable Watercolors or Washable Tempera and Brushes.
When the paint is dry, brush on a glaze made with equal parts glue and water.
Let's make something!
For holding Crayola® Colored Pencils, nothing outshines a handmade Moon Rock Pencil Cup crafted with dried Crayola Model
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