Decorate your colored pencils for the winter holidays with fun Crayola Model Magic® toppers! They make great party favors and gift decorations, too.
What fun holiday pencil topper can you imagine? Choose a seasonal symbol such as a turkey, Santa, or dreidel. How about a Christmas tree or an angel? Craft a tiny gift package or shape an ogre. It’s up to you! Talk with classmates to find out about each other’s holiday traditions. How have the celebrations changed since your parents were your age?
For round toppers, roll out Crayola Model Magic® modeling material until it is smooth. Cover a small foam ball with the sheet. Trim any excess compound with modeling tools and shape into your design. On just shape Model Magic® modeling compound into any design you like, such as a little square for a gift box.
Use bits and "snakes" of Model Magic® to add details to your pencil topper. You can make new colors or marbled effects. Just blend two or three pieces together and knead until you achieve your desired color.
Press a Crayola Colored Pencil into the bottom of your topper. Model Magic™ dries to the touch overnight and dries completely in 2 to 3 days. It sticks to the colored pencil. Happy holidays!
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