Fun to make Halloween erasers that really work!
Sculpey® Amazing Eraser Clay® Halloweenies
You'll need 2 teeny tiny Yellow balls for the eyes and a Pink one for the nose. Push these into place. Poke a hole in each eye. Score a line in for his mouth and prick 2 fangs on the bottom edge of the mouth. Score lines in each foot for the toes. Add 3 teeny tiny balls onto the end of each arm for fingers. Poke in a belly button.
Roll White as thinly as you can with the Studio by Sculpey Acrylic Clay Roller and cut into strips. Criss-cross the White strips across the Purple body at all different angles. Just tear the ends to make them the right length. Prick little lines here and there in the White strips to make him look more raggedy.
Add a patch of Blue and prick it to make it look stitched on. Press 2 little balls of Orange on for the eyes and then press smaller Yellow balls on top of the Orange. Poke 2 eye holes. Press a White nose in front of the eyes. Press on a small strip of Pink for the mouth and score a zig-zag smile. Score a line to define each arm and one between the legs.
Press the ears on the sides of the cube and kinda dent the fronts of the ears with your thumb. Push the neck onto the bottom of the head. Press 2 Yellow oval balls on for the eyes and push 2 Pink balls on top. Poke a hole in each eye. Make a Purple worm and put it across the top of the eyes. Press the nose in place just under the eyes and poke nostrils in the bottom. Score a zig-zag grin.
Shape lots of Blue teardrops for the hair. Press the hair all over the head and make some overlap and look messy. For the screws in the neck, make 2 small balls of Purple and 2 slightly larger balls. Press the small balls in each side of the neck. Flatten the larger balls and press them on top of the small balls. Make a screw mark on each screw head. Score some scrapes and cuts on his neck and back of his head.