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Model Air® Bunny Egg Treat Box

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Starting at $8.99

Swirly Designs by Lianne and Paul Stoddard www.swirlydesigns.com
Create this egg~cellent Bunny egg this Easter. You can fill it with special treats for your kids basket, add it to your holiday centerpiece or even make it the golden prize for your annual egg hunt.
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Sculpey Tools™ Dual End Detail Tools
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Sculpey Tools™ Clay Tool Starter Set
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Sculpey Air-Dry™ Clay White 2.2 lb
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Paper mache egg - any size, this project uses a 4" egg Ceramic tile ModPodge matte Vintage White, Brown, Pink and Blue paint and paintbrush Fine glitter Sand paper, fine Paper towels Bowl of water Toothpick|Paper mache egg - any size, this project uses a 4" egg Ceramic tile ModPodge matte Vintage White, Brown, Pink and Blue paint and paintbrush Fine glitter Sand paper, fine Paper towels Bowl of water Toothpick

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Take the top half (the half without the paper rim around the edge) of your paper mache egg. Have a bowl of water and some paper towels near by.Use the Model Air Dry clay to create the following pieces:One: 1” long approx ½ thick piece for the nose of the bunnyTwo: 2” long tear drop shape for the earsOne: ¾” round ball for the tail
Using the bowl of water, wet the front part of the egg with your finger. By doing this it will help your clay adhere better to your egg. Press the clay into the egg and blend and sculpt by adding water to your fingers
Take the two 2” tear drop shapes and decide a good placement for your bunny’s ears. Apply water to the egg and attached one ear at a time. Press around all sides of the ear with the knife tool, then smooth out with your fingers. Repeat with the second ear shape.
Add water to the end of the egg so you can attach the tail. Press and smooth to blend the tail onto the egg.
Use your 6 mm stylus tool to create the inside of the ears for your bunny. Press the stylus in the center of the ear shape and drag forward to form the channel of the ear. Use the 2mm stylus tool to make the bunny eyes and us a knife to carve the mouth and nose. Once finished place your egg half on a ceramic tile to dry.
Take the bottom half (the half with the paper rim around the edge) of the paper mache egg. Have a bowl of water and some paper towels near by.Use your Model Air Dry clay to create the following pieces:Two 1 1/2” long clay logs for the front legsTwo 1 1/2” long 1” high L shapes for the back legs
Apply water to the front of your egg. Then take the two front clay legs and press and sculpt them onto the egg. Use your clay knife to spread and adhere clay to the egg.
Add water to the side of the egg and press and sculpt the back legs. Once you have the legs attached turn the egg over and make sure it is level to the ground. Then take a clay knife to add details on the toes of your bunny. Place on the ceramic tile next to the top half and let them completely dry for about 24 hours .
After it dries for 24 hrs and you see any cracks in your piece, add a little more clay. Wet it down and fill in the cracks where needed. Let dry. To seal the piece even more, brush a thin coat of matte Mod Podge over the entire bunny.
Once completely dry, give your bunny a quick light sand with a fine piece of sandpaper. Use your creativity to paint your bunny egg anyway you please.We painted our bunny a vintage white and added a fun pattern to the ears. We finished with a pink nose and added rosy cheeks.
Once the paint has dried brush a thin coat of Mod Podge and add a dusting of glitter to the bunny
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