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Crayola; Model Magic; White Modeling Compound; Art Tools; 2 lb. Resealable Bucket; Perfect For Slime Supplies Kit

by Crayola
 (4.2 stars from 184 customer reviews)

43 new from $18.75    

List Price: $24.99
  • 4 Packs of White Modeling Clay in Resealable Tub, 8 Ounces Each
  • Easy Alternative to Traditional Clay for Kids and Adults
  • Store in Airtight Containers to Reuse
  • Will Not Crumble or Stick to Hands
  • Perfect Modeling Material for Slime Crafts & Art Projects
  • Gift for Kids, Age 3 & up.


Product Description
Product Description

White Model Magic gives kids and adults the room to think creatively when enjoying art crafts, school projects, slime, and even homework assignments. It's easier to work with than modeling clays, as it won't stick to your hands or crumble, and is lightweight and flexible when dry. Store it in a resealable, airtight container to reuse it or let it air dry to keep your creations. White is a great choice because you can easily color it any way you want, making it great for painting projects and multi-color slime crafts. 




Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Use this instead of the expensive ornament kits!!!, December 24, 2015
By 
Jordan (RUCKERSVILLE, VA, United States) - See all my reviews
I bought this instead of paying the same amount for one small pack of the ornament impression kits for babies. I used part of ONE pack (there are 4 in this tub) and made paw prints of 4 animals and a hand and foot print for baby. It's the exact same stuff that comes in those $15 ornament/keepsake kits. Here are pictures of the way they turned out. All you need is a straw, a toothpick, wax paper and then some paint and ribbon to hang them. Perfect. Spend less money and make dozens of ornaments. This would be the perfect gift for a baby shower too, just include all the little things they would need!




19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Fun, June 7, 2013
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I think they have changed the formula since I last used it four or five years ago and I was a bit disappointed in the ability to smooth it out over large areas, but other than that, this is so much fun. I use my Crayola Markers to color the bits of white and work the color in to make my own exact shades. People are always impressed with the results! A bouncy feeling like an eraser sets in after 24 hours. You can't work with it like clay and it doesn't dry to a baked clay hardness, this is something different altogether - but I love it!




4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars An okay tool for modeling with. Not amazing., April 20, 2014
This a very much a kids toy. My son has used another more expensive brand (from the local art store) to make animal horns for his friends and their cosplay activities. The material dried well and has a good, yet rubbery feel to it.

We got him this stuff for Christmas to try out as a less expensive material to work with. It does not dry as well, tends to crack during the drying process, and as it dries slowly, it tends to sag /flow under its own weight. The horns he made with this become shorter, fatter at the base, much like a famous chocolate candy and were more comical then his other works.

If your needs are simple in nature, or you just want to give kids something to play with, then this is an okay way to go. If you have more serious desires for the outcome of modeling with a modeling compound, then up your price limit and look more towards art stores.

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