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Welcome fellow instructable lovin' users!  Today you will learn how to create your own Super Mario Brothers Gold Coin "Snow" Globe!

Lesson Ideas for Art Education:

Recycling (using broken paper clips, old jars and jar lids)

Learning Modeling

Taking about armatures

Creating something 2-D into 3-D

Following Directions

Art Terms

UPDATE:  I moved this Mario into a clear jar so I could see him better, I still feel a Recycled jar would be fine, but for the subject matter in this 'able I feel the clear jar is better.

Step 1: Materials Needed

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Materials Needed:

Sculpey® III

White :S302 001

Black: S302 042

Emerald :S302 323

Yellow:S302 072

Red Hot Red:S302 583

Blue:S302 063

Beige:S302 093

Chocolate: S302 053

Sculpey® Tools (Mine came with the Sculpey® Crafty Clay Variety Pack I bought)

Paper Clips

Tin Foil

Jar& Jar Lid

Baby Oil

Glitter

E-6000

Optional Materials:

Tooth pick
Needle Tool
Sculpey® Clay Conditioning Machine
Sculpey® Acrylic Roller
Sculpey® Clay Softener
 
pgamurot1 year ago
Are there any other molds that can be used for the models inside the jar?
Great!
This also works with aquasoft plasticine (from Staedler/Eberhard Faber). It doesn't harden, but once in the jar that doesn't matter. Obviously it resists water. Simple shapes can be shaken without problems.
It can be used by younger children than Sculpey (But it's not Play-doh!).
poofrabbit (author)  masynmachien2 years ago
Hey cool idea! Now, if you use oil I wonder if it will eventually melt the clay....clearly I now have to try! :)
TCGames3 years ago
This looks amazing! Great instructable :D!
poofrabbit (author)  TCGames3 years ago
Thanks a million!