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* Makin's Clay® - The No Bake Clay®
  • Some Yellow Clay
  • 3g Black Clay
  • 42g White Clay
  • 70g Red Clay
  • Recommended Makin's ® Tools:
  • Mallet
  • Roller
  • Roller & Cutter
  • Clay Gun Extruder (1mm & 2mm one holde discs)
  • Clay Mixing Ruler™
  • Clay Mixing Ruler™ Small Stick

  • Other Materials:
  • Ruler
  • White Glue
  • Scissors
  • A bunch of Toothpicks
  • How:
        1. Mix white and black clay together unevenly to create a stone-like effect. Roll a 5mm thick, 80mm x 100mm sheet with Makin's Roller. Cut out two 40mm x 40mm, two 40mm x 30mm, and one 30mm x30mm from the sheet with Makin's Roller & Cutter.
        2. Pin holes on one surface of all light grey sheets with a bunch of toothpicks. Mark brick pattern with Makin's Mallet as shown. Do not miss the two lateral sides of each sheet. Stick all sheets in place.
        3. Cut out the paper pattern as shown. Roll white clay into a sheet with Makin's Roller then cut according to the pattern.
    4. Stick the snow strip pattern on the chimney as shown then trim the corners of the unattached strip. Cover the inner part of the chimney with snow strip and smooth over the edges.
        5. Roll red clay into a long taper shape. Roll one end narrower for the foot of Santa, then put the foot end inside the chimney and push the top part of shape down slightly.
        6. Extrude black clay into a rope with Makin's Clay Gun Extruder for the belt. Flatten the rope with Makin's Roller then stick it around the waist of Santa.
      7. Roll red clay into a log then curl into a C-shape. Cut one end straight and the other diagonally. Hollow the straight end of rope with the small stick of Makin's Clay Mixing Ruler as shown. Do the same for the left arm.
        8. Roll white clay into two teardrop shapes then slightly flatten. Press the clay into the shape shown with a clay pusher.
      9. Insert and stick the narrow parts of the gloves into the holes of both arms with the thumbs pointing upwards. Roll white clay into a rope then wrap it around the sleeves to make the cuffs. Stick both arms in place.
        10. Roll flesh colored clay into an egg shape for the nose. Roll flesh colored clay into an oval shape for the head. Press one hole at the center of face for placing the nose and a small hole below for the mouth with the small stick of Makin's Clay Mixing Ruler.
        11. Roll flesh colored clay into two balls then flatten them slightly. Stick in place and indent a hole in each ear as shown.
        12. Roll white clay into a two-ends-pointed taper shape to form the beard. Press and twist clay as shown. Attach the beard to the face making sure the hole for the mouth is not covered.
      13. Roll white clay into two teardrop shapes for the moustache. Coil the tails of teardrop shapes with fingers and slightly flatten them. Attach to face as shown then put the nose on top.
      14. Roll black clay as shown to make eyes then attach to the face. Stick the head on place on the body.
        15. Roll white clay into a strip for the hair then stick at the back of head as shown.
        16. Roll red clay into a teardrop shape for the hat. Flatten the blunt end and hollow it as shown. Shape the tip and stick a ball of white clay into it. Place the hat onto the head then line the joint with white clay as shown.
        17. Roll white clay into two ropes for the eyebrows. Bend to shape then stick onto Santa's face as shown.
      18. Extrude white clay into a thin rope with Makin's Clay Gun Extruder for the belt lock. Fold it into a 8mm x 5mm rectangular shape as shown. Stick in place. Add one small rope for the belt pin.
        19. Roll black clay into small buttons and stick them onto Santa.
    Designed by - Dorothy Chan, MAKIN'S CLAY® Design Team