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Published January 21, 2021

Marvel Mission Recap: Infinity Gauntlet

No snapping, please!

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Congrats agents — you’ve just completed another Marvel Mission!

Tasked to bring  the Infinity Gauntlet to life using only safe, household products the results we saw were outstanding and look good enough to display for all — but maybe no snapping. 

Using cardboard, construction paper, yarn, clay, and lots of red, green, yellow, blue, orange, and purple colors to make up the Infinity Stones! Just don’t go wielding this type of power in the wrong places. 

While it was tough to narrow down all the submissions we received, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites that we saw across social media. Take a look at the post below, and start brainstorming what you could use for the next Weekly Marvel Mission!

The possibilities are endless as to what you can create, so go ahead and assemble whatever craft supplies you might need — and be sure to share them on social with the hashtag, #MarvelMission.

Stay tuned for the next Marvel Mission! 

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