Roll out the clay to about 1.5mm thick on a smooth surface. Cut out shapes using a range of biscuit cutters –  Working quickly before the clay dries, emboss the decorations using rubber stamps or found materials like lace and hessian.Use the plastic casing of a biro to cut a small hanging hole in the top of each shape for hanging. Leave until the clay is leather hard, then gently lift the decorations from your worksurface and transfer to a warm dry place to dry out.

Roll out the clay to about 1.5mm thick on a smooth surface. Cut out shapes using a range of biscuit cutters – Working quickly before the clay dries, emboss the decorations using rubber stamps or found materials like lace and hessian.Use the plastic casing of a biro to cut a small hanging hole in the top of each shape for hanging. Leave until the clay is leather hard, then gently lift the decorations from your worksurface and transfer to a warm dry place to dry out.

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Well I think I'm finally getting the sculpting bug back. Made some little cuties over the last couple weeks. All of these are now sold but the the little fox dragon is still available on ebay:&nbsp...

Well I think I'm finally getting the sculpting bug back. Made some little cuties over the last couple weeks. All of these are now sold but the the little fox dragon is still available on ebay:&nbsp...

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