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Sculpey Non-Dry™ Donuts Donuts Donuts

Designed by Sherman Oberson
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Starting at $4.49

Everyday is a great day for donuts! Sculpey Non-Dry clay never dries out so kids can create donuts and then start over and make something else!   

Grouped product items
Product Name Qty
Sculpey Non-Dry™ Modeling Clay Color Sampler 20 pc
$4.49
  • Clean white paper to work on
  • Toothpicks

Additional Resources

    Getting Started:
Please make sure your work area is covered. We recommend working on the Sculpey® Oven-Safe Work Mat, wax paper, or disposable foil.

Start with clean hands, unwrap and knead clay until soft and smooth. Wash hands after use. This clay doesn’t dry out so after you are done playing with it, put it in a container that will protect it from dirt and dust. It does not need to be an air tight container as this clay will never dry out.

For the chocolate donut
Take the log of brown clay and bend it into a circle until the end joins, remove extra clay and smooth to join. Take a some brown clay and mix with a small amount of white clay to make lighter brown, roll into a snake and flatten. Lay on top of the donut, remove extra clay and smooth. Make a thin snake of white clay and lay on top of the donut in lines.
For the glazed donut
Take the log of yellow clay and bend it into a circle until the end joins, remove extra clay and smooth to join. Make a log of white clay and a smaller one of light green clay, twist them together and flatten. Lay on top of the donut, remove extra clay and smooth. Make small balls of orange clay and flatten. Place on top of the donut randomly.
 
For the jelly donut
Take the beige clay and roll it into a ball, flatten. Using a toothpick or clay tool draw a line around the middle. Make at indent at one point in the line. Place a small ball of red clay in the indent. Flatten some white clay and place on top of donut. Make some small balls of pink clay and flatten them. To make them hearts. Pinch the bottom of the disc between your thumb and finger and use a toothpick to make a line on the top to make the top of the heart.
 
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