Space Station One calling Earth: Need more parts to finish the station! Over. Why not start your own magnetic, expandable space station?
Did you ever wish you could go up in space? Making your own space station is the next best thing. Use recycled plastic items such as snack or salad containers as the main base. Cover the outside of your space station with Crayola Model Magic® compound. Press in magnets in several places so you can attach more space station parts.
Find other cool decorative items such as little boxes, containers, and individual fruit serving containers. Cover them with Model Magic, too. Put a magnet on each of them to attach them to the space station. Model Magic® dries to the touch overnight and dries completely in 2 to 3 days.
Decorate the outside of the station and its removable pieces with Glitter Glue. Air-dry the decorations.
Now you can command your very own Space Station. Make more pieces to add on at anytime. Your station is always under construction!
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