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How Can I Make a Model of a Red Blood Cell?

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To make a model of a red blood cell, use a sponge or any material that you want. Cover it in a red felt material and stitch a smaller circle to make it flatter. You can repeat the same procedure to make as many models as you desire.
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Making a model of a red blood cell can be quite easy as you only require a red balloon and some dry glue. Put some glue into the insides of the balloon and stick two opposite sides of the balloon together in a way that will prevent the centre from expanding. Finally blow some air into the balloon and tape over the tip of the balloon in order to give your model a round figure.
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Depends how big you want it. It might be worth getting hold of a red plastic inflatable ball, let some air out and push the edges in, then seal it up again. It might be too floppy
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