The twelve projects in each colorful volume of the Let's Create! series are designed to broaden both imagination and practical skills. Clear, step-by-step instructions are photographically illustrated but leave plenty of room for independent ideas. The originality of the projects and the materials they use will ignite creativity and bring results that are as useful as they are artistic. Clay is truly a hands-on craft material. Working with clay is sometimes messy--but always fun.
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Whale Safe 18
balls are dry bottom bright pink brown and white brown clay clay clown clay is dry Clay Mobile clay shapes clay whale cone cookie cutters cord or string Cutout Candleholder cylinder decorate doll's body dragon edge fingers fishing line flattened clay form the doll's geometric shapes Handprint Tile hands to model hard surface hardened Hat n Idea inside IUse your hands large lump line or thick lump of brown lump of white lumps of clay model a shoe nose paint dries paintbrush paper clips pencil sharpener pick to draw piece of brown piece of clay piece of cord Piggy Puppet plastic knife plate Poke a wooden polka dots pressing and smoothing projects red paint rolling pin Scarf Doll side flaps smoothing the clay tail thick nylon thread thick sausage shape tooth-edged spatula toothpick Varnish white clay white paints wire sculpting loop wooden skewer yellow paint