Today we will be making
for our dolls!!
YOU WILL NEED:
1 - 2 ounce package of BEIGE polymer clay (cereal)
Translucent Liquid Sculpey (to make your "milk")
Triple Thick (clear glaze to seal your cereal) AND dedicated paintbrush to apply
Pastel Chalks (for creating color on your cereal and in your milk) AND dedicated paintbrush to apply
Polyblade (for cutting your clay)
a clay "plastic roller" or a clay "pasta machine" (for rolling out your clay)
tinfoil (AND / OR a dedicated glass baking dish)
Old toothbrush (for texturing) AND/OR a small ball of tin foil
***I purchased a glass tea light holder at MICHAEL'S to use as the cereal bowl.
1. Roll out some of your beige clay (to warm it up) and place into your clay extruder. I used a "quatrefoil" extruder tip to give the clay snake the "cereal" shape. Extrude out a snake of clay. (I use a vise to squeeze the clay extruder...they need to design these things better...)
NOW...bake your cereal pieces (or use a heat gun) until the pieces are JUST BARELY HARD.
This is so that the cereal will hold it's shape when you mix it with the milk.
8. Place your bowl of cereal into the oven and bake (or use a heat gun) according to the clay manufacturers directions or until the clay is cured and is no longer glossy. Allow to cool, and then glaze with Triple Thick. Allow Triple Thick to dry overnight.
You are now ready for play!
The spoon is from a silverware set sold here:
The "glass" is from Joann's and is a "candle holder".
I believe these are the same (they have changed packaging):
PLEASE REMIND YOUR CHILDREN THAT
THIS "FOOD" IS FOR PLAY
AND SHOULD NEVER BE PLACED INTO THEIR
Please feel free to use these plans to build furniture, for sale or for pleasure, but please do not sell the PLANS as your "own". Please also give credit to me and link back here! I hope you enjoy them!!
***I am NOT LIABLE for any plans featured here. Please take every precaution and use your own discretion to make sure these toys are safe for children to play with them.