Kika's DIY Crafts

~*Truffle charm- Part 2*~ 
1- After the base is all connected and smoothed out to the top part, put flat headpin. To prevent it from falling make sure it goes all the way through the charm.
2- Make a thin strip with the leftover clay and make little designs around the charm.
3- Cut off some pieces of clay using the rounded part of the clay (or cookie) cutter.
4- Using the toothpick (or needle) add texture to the exposed clay. Now it’s ready to bake!
5- When making a face start with the mouth in the middle, this will help maintain symmetry.
6-Add the eyes and other features as you like. Glaze to seal in the paint and it’s all finish! =)

~*Truffle charm- Part 2*~

1- After the base is all connected and smoothed out to the top part, put flat headpin. To prevent it from falling make sure it goes all the way through the charm.

2- Make a thin strip with the leftover clay and make little designs around the charm.

3- Cut off some pieces of clay using the rounded part of the clay (or cookie) cutter.

4- Using the toothpick (or needle) add texture to the exposed clay. Now it’s ready to bake!

5- When making a face start with the mouth in the middle, this will help maintain symmetry.

6-Add the eyes and other features as you like. Glaze to seal in the paint and it’s all finish! =)

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