As you saw from the previous step I made two tentacles, one red and hopefully a little more girly and a standard green one, presumably male.
Stand the 2 tentacles upright on the table and press the bases together, I also made sure the bottom 2 suckers were also pressed together. This is the main join for the two tentacles, so ensure they are attached firmly.
Gently bend the tentacle into a heart shape, be careful to do this slowly because the clay can tear rather than bend.
Fold the ends of the tentacle right over and press the tips together, making sure there is enough left over to wrap round each other.
Finally wrap the ends of the tentacles around each other and bake to harden.
Instructables user Clonebear
made the blue and red tentacles shown in the images. He added a rather fetching puddle underneath which was made by marbling some of the blue tentacle clay with the white sucker clay to provide a neat little water effect.