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Cats are one of the easiest things to learn to draw. Lately, I have seen a lot of tutorials on drawings of cats based off of the letter “N.”  Here’s an easy drawing tutorial of kitty with a bit of corruption.  What you need: Paper Pencil Eraser, preferably kneaded Draw the Cat’s Head and Body Lines Start off by making a candy corn shaped head with rounded edges. This may take a few tries to
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This is a very easy and simple tutorial for basic polymer clay cane making. You could also make a poop emoji by just using brown clay in a triangle shape instead of making it with a heart. You will need: Parchment Red Sculpey Purple Sculpey Hands Toothpick Roller Exacto Rubbing Alcohol Make the Middle Heart Shape Start by sculpting a very thick heart shape from polymer clay. For a small inch and a half thick
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You can turn your old Littlest Pet Shop toys into creepy, scary ghosts with just a bit of paint and acetone. This is a great craft for bored children and teens alike. What you will need: White paint Red paint Possibly glitter Black paint– this one is really amazing, do check it out! Acetone Q tips Glass bowl An old LPS  (Littlest Pet Shops) or plastic toy, such as a Barbie Fine tip paintbrush Remove
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This Escape the Classroom key was made from polymer clay and can easily be sculpted at home. It features a dragon in the top part of the key, and the key is a good prop for photo shoots or a ridiculously large pendant. However, it is quite fragile so I do not recommend wearing it as an actual pendant. Craft with caution. What you need: A large amount of polymer clay Tinfoil Knife Parchment paper
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Have you ever wanted to wear a lollipop, but it was just too sticky? Then let this simple and easy tutorial guide you through how to make your own sugar free and totally wearable polymer clay lollipop. What you will need Shiny white Sculpey clay Metallic red polymer clay shiny silver Sculpey clay Metallic teal polymer clay slivery bronze polymer clay Metallic light blue polymer clay Normal white polymer clay Translucent Sculpey Polymer clay glaze
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Hummingbirds can be a little challenging to draw, with their long beaks and odd body shape. This tutorial will teach you how to draw a cute hummingbird worth showing off and being proud of. What you will need: Sketchpad pencil kneaded eraser Step 1: Drawing the Outlines of the Hummingbird Drawing Start by looking at pictures of real hummingbirds. The head is a small circle shape, the body is a long oval and the tail
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Five Nights at Freddy’s is a wonderful series of games by Scott Cawthon that are full of many interesting Easter eggs and funny moments, such as the selection of Exotic Butters. You can make your own Exotic Butters with polymer clay and a little imagination. This tutorial requires a lot of different polymer clay colors, so I recommend buying a kit. What you need: This Sculpey kit Toothpick Clean hands Parchment paper Wire Krazy glue
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Do you have sharpies stashed everywhere, from your closet to the fridge? Then you may have a few too many. Here are a few Sharpie crafts to help you use them up before they dry out.  Tie-Dye Fabric For this you will need to purchase rubbing alcohol. Put it into a spray bottle and set it aside. Also use a plastic surface, a binder works well because the angle allows the color to flow as
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I learned a very simple way to make a tea cozy for any teapot, and thought I would share it. With a machine this simple and easy project should not take longer than an hour, by hand it will take significantly longer to sew the tea cozy. What you will need Butcher paper Pencil or fabric chalk Pattern weights Muslin Quilted fabric This special rope for sewing Black bias tape Tea pot Tape Quilting clips
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Have you ever wanted to be a dragon? Well that dream may be hard to reach, but you can at least make wing ear cuffs. They are actually fairly easy to make, no resin or polymer clay required. What you need Wire Plastic bag Pliers Puffy paint in your preferred color e-6000 krazy glue sharpie popsicle sticks Step one: The Wing Ear Cuff Base Start by sectioning off about 8 inches of wire, doubling it
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