Morph Baby Maker

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morph baby maker - Crayola Crayon
Crayola Crayon Maker with Story Studio
Crayola Crayon Maker with Story Studio
Crayola Crayon Maker with Story Studio

The Crayola Crayon Maker with Studio Story lets you turn crayon pieces into new color-swirled crayon creations. Kids aged 8 years and up can make original drawing utensils by melting down different colored crayons in the Crayon Maker. With new mixed-color combinations kids can get even more creative and more invested in their works of art. Also, this set comes with a promotional code that allows you to access the Story Studio at Crayola's Web site for even more creative fun.
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Crayon Maker with Studio Story
Ages: Eight years and up
Requires: One colorless 60 watt candelabra bulb (small base); Phillips head screwdriver
At a Glance:
Melt crayons to make new mixed-color combinations
Clear lid allows kids to watch the melting process
Safety lid stays locked during melting
Crayon mold snaps apart easily revealing new crayons
Story Studio transforms photos into cartoon characters
Crayola Crayon Maker with Studio Story
Transform any picture of yourself into a cartoon to draw on. View larger. Crayola Crayon Maker with Studio Story
Melt and blend crayons together to create unique mixed-color combinations.
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One Part Art, One Part Science
Constructed with durable blue plastic, the crayon maker looks like a little laboratory. Brightly colored decals feature science-experiment-themed scenes. The kit comes with four colored crayons (red, blue, yellow, and green), which you can break into pieces and mix together in the machine's melting trays.
A safety-latch lid locks in place to keep fingers away from hot surfaces during the melting process. The lid is clear so kids and adults can watch while the crayons melt in the metal trays--an almost hypnotic process.
Easy-to-Use Crayon Molds
When the crayons have melted and blended together, a yellow lever on the side of the crayon maker lets you tilt the tray to pour the melted crayons into the molds. When the crayons have hardened, the flexible plastic mold frame easily snaps open to reveal four newly formed crayons. Kids will be ready and excited to color with their new homemade crayons creations.
While the crayon maker is designed well for child safety, adult supervision is necessary.
Morph Photos into Cartoon Characters
Inside this specially marked crayon maker box, you'll find a promotional code to enter the Story Studio Play Zone at the Crayola Web site. At the Story Studio Play Zone you can transform a photo into a cartoon character and create, print, and color your own story. Simply upload a photo and use the automatic face editor to make your photograph into a colorful cartoon character.
You can also insert your character outline into a selected story that you can print and color. The stories range in theme from a baseball game to a haunted house to a pirate adventure.
What's in the Box
Crayola Crayon Maker with Story Studio, one crayon mold, eight Crayola crayons, two crayon holders, and instructions.

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The Babymakers
After trying everything to get his wife Audrey (Olivia Munn) pregnant, Tommy Macklin (Paul Schneider) realizes to his horror that he may be ''shooting blanks.'' Terrified that his marriage may fall apart, Tommy recruits his friends to rob a sperm bank where he made a deposit years ago. As with any half-baked scheme, everything can and does go wrong, testing the limits of Tommy and Audrey's relationship and showing how far one couple will go in hopes of getting pregnant. From Jay Chandrasekhar, the Director of Super Troopers and Beerfest.