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Sculpey Non-Dry™ Forest Friends

Designed by Sherman Oberson

Starting at $4.49

This pair of best friends will love to hang out with you and your best friends!

TIME TO COMPLETION: 45 minutes

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Product ImageProduct Name Qty
Sculpey Non-Dry™ Modeling Clay Color Sampler 20 pc
$4.49
  • Wax paper or foil to work on
  • Sealable container for leftover clay
  • Toothpick

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. Does not need to be an air-tight container as this clay will never dry out.
Let’s start by color mixing to get the colors we need. Mix a big ball of yellow clay and a small ball of red clay to get orange. Mix equal amounts of blue, red and green to get brown clay.
To make the tree
take a big oval of green clay and taper one end to a point and flatten the other end.
To make the trunk flatten a ball of brown clay and taper one end. Attach to the bottom of the tree with the wider side down.
To make teeth take a disc of white clay and flatten one side to make a half circle. Texture with a toothpick or clay tool to make teeth. Attach to the front of the tree.

Make a tiny snake of green clay for the lower lip, attach under teeth.

Attach two tiny flattened green balls on either side of the teeth to make cheeks.

Attach a small oval of green clay above the teeth to make a nose.

Place two flattened balls of white clay above the nose to make eyes. Poke a hole in them to make eyeballs. Make eyelids by making two flattened half circles of green clay and attach to the top of the eyes.
To make arms make two snakes of brown clay and bend in half and attach to the tree.
To make the Fox:
Flatten a big ball of orange clay, squeeze it in the middle and round off the top to make a head and taper out and flatten the bottom to make a body.
To make the front legs take a small snake of orange clay and bend it in half.

Make two snakes of brown clay and flatten the bottom and use a toothpick to make toes.

Attach to the bottom of the orange clay and attach to the front of the body.

To make the back legs flatten the back of two balls of orange clay.

Make two snakes of brown clay and make toes at one end.

Attach them to the bottom of the orange clay and attach both to the body on either side of the front legs.
To make the muzzle take a ball of white clay and flatten the back and bottom, take a toothpick and make a mouth. Attach to the front of the head. Place a tiny oval of brown clay to the front of the muzzle.

To make eyes place two balls of white clay to the face, place two tiny discs of brown clay on them to make eyeballs.

Place two tiny flattened snakes on top of the eyes to make eyelids.

To make ears place two triangles of smaller white clay on top of two triangles of orange clay. Place the ears on the top of the head.
To make the tail roll out a fat snake of brown clay and taper one end. Attach a wavy disc of white clay to one end. Attach the tapered end of the tail on the back of the body.
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