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How to make a rose out of clay

How to make a rose out of clay

How to make a rose out of clay

How to make a rose out of clay

How to make a rose out of clay

Gently pull apart all the petals of your rose to use as your petal templates.

You will need 2 pieces of clear cling-film wrap (this is fabulous for rolling on as the clay will not stick to the film) a rolling pin and about a 1/4 of your clay to start with. Place the clay onto the cling-film and place a second piece of cling-film on top and start rolling. You want to continue rolling out the clay like a piece of pastry until it is very thin but not so thin that you can't handle it without it falling apart.

Once you are happy with the thickness of your clay, remove the top piece of cling-film and place on some petals from your rose starting from the smallest petal (from the middle of the rose) to the largest (from the outside of the rose). We found using seven petals was best to create a good-looking rose. A good rule is for the first three inner petals to start small and each next piece to be slightly larger, whereas the outside four petals are more or les the same size.

Once you have chosen the 7 petals you want to use, cut around each one very carefully with a pointed knife.


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