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Skill Level - Advance
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* Makin's Clay®
  • Some Yellow Clay
  • Some Green Clay
  • Some Brown Clay
  • Some White Clay
  • Some Glow in the Dark Clay
  • 5g Black Clay
  • 8g Neon Orange Clay
  • Recommended Makin's® Tools:
  • Chisel
  • Mallet
  • Roller
  • Rasp
  • Clay Mixing Ruler™
  • Mini Geo-Cutter Set (Heart)
  • Clay Mixing Ruler™ - Small stick

  • Other Materials:
  • Necklace / Tie (approximate: 300mm long)
  • Wire / Toothpicks
  • Paper pattern
  • Eye pin (for necklace use)
  • White glue
  • Scissors
  • 15mm diameter cap / tube
  • Method:
      1. Roll neon orange clay into an oval and texture with Makin's Mallet and clay pusher. Place a toothpick horizontally in the middle to create space for the thread later on.
      2. Use Makin's Mallet to indent the facial features onto the pumpkin as shown. Fill in the eyes and nose with triangles of black clay.
      3. Roll green clay into a leaf shape then texture with Makin's Mallet. Attach all pieces together.
        4. Roll neon orange clay into disks and sandwich the toothpick between the disk and pumpkin as shown.
    5. Using the pattern given cut out the wing of the bat with black clay. Roll black clay into shape and stick it onto the wing as shown
    6. Roll black clay into a teardrop for the leg. Bend as shown then cut the thinner end with scissors. Shape as shown in the diagram.
      7. Make the body of the bat by rolling black clay into a teardrop. Indent around the edge with a cap or a tube as shown.
        8. Attach the wings and legs in place. Smooth over the contact edges with a clay pusher.
        9. Roll black clay into a ball then indent the mouth as shown.
    10. For the ears, roll black clay into a triangle then shape as shown with Makin's Mallet. Stick the ears in place and smooth the seams with a clay pusher.
    11. Indent a small hole for the nose on the head. Roll glow-in-the-dark clay into a sheet then cut out a heart. Use the side of the hearts as eyes as shown in the diagram. Add on a small black ball for the nose.
    12. Create a hole for the mouth then attach the fangs then insert the hook into the head.
    13. For the Halloween Candies roll white, neon orange and yellow clay into logs. Put them together and flatten to form flat surfaces. Cut into trapeziums and smooth edges. Puncture holes into candy with a toothpick.
        14. Chain together with a thread.
    Designed by - Dorothy Chan, MAKIN'S CLAY® Design Team