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With one pack of sculpty clay in colors, flesh, white, red, and green I made these clay Santa ornaments.
They are rather simple and kind of remind me of playing with Playdoh. Make a ball out of the flesh color and then make an even tinier ball for the nose. I used tiny black beads for the eyes.
The white clay part is a little tricky. Make some snakes and flatten them out. Twist them and shape them for the beard. The eyebrows are a nice touch.
The red hat is just a triangle. I usually try to press in the center a little so it looks like he's actually wearing it. Place a white ball on the end. The brim is just a snake of read twisted with a snake of white.
I added the green leaves and holly berries just because they are fun. The leaves are just teardrop shapes. Add the little lines because that's what makes it leaf like :-). I added a metal jewelry loop through the hat so I can put a ribbon on it.
This clay needs baked. Instructions come in the packet.
i am not quite sure what I am going to do with them yet. Maybe I'll attach them to some gifts.
Leave me a link if you try em.
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