Miniature Clay Pumpkin Pie

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Introduction: Miniature Clay Pumpkin Pie

Hello! Today I am going to Show you How to make a tiny pumpkin pie.

Step 1: Things You Need

  1. Tan Colored Polymer Clay
  2. Bottle Cap
  3. Chalk Pastels
  4. Craft Glaze (This is the one I use)

  5. Ball Stylus or a toothpick
  6. A knife or something else with an edge that you can use to shave off a bit of the pastels

Step 2: The Crust

Roll out a ball of tan clay so that it is pretty thin. Then take it a place it on top of the bottle cap carefully press in the bottom.

Step 3: Crust Color

Flip the cap over and press down like a cookie cutter. now use the ball tool or a toothpick and press in the edges of the bottle cap. Then take your brown a brick red pastels a shave a tiny bit of them off. Then take a paint brush and brush the colors onto the edges of the pie crust. Make a small ball of tan and press it into the bottom of the pan ( this makes it so that you don't have to make as much filling. )

Step 4: Filling

take your crust and bake at 275° F or whatever your clay instructions say. now while you wait, take a small cup or dish ( I used a Dixie cup.) and take a little bit of your glaze and some of the chalk pastels and mix until you get a nice pumpkin pie color you well need to experiment a bit. then once you have a good color take it and scoop it into your baked pie crust.

Step 5: PIE!

Once the pie has a skin on the top push from the center out to the edges a tiny bit in all directions to make it have little wrinkles. This makes it look a little more realistic.

Step 6: Done!

There you have it! A tiny little pumpkin pie!

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    2 Comments

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    seamster
    seamster

    4 years ago

    Very clever! The coloring on the filling looks perfect, I'm impressed! :)

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    AsherB4
    AsherB4

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you!