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STEP ONE

Begin by creating a copy of the pattern provided, placing the pattern under oven bake paper and drawing the design onto the oven bake paper.

STEP TWO

Use the syringe without the fine tip and begin by extruding a little of the clay out, touching down onto the pattern to lock the clay to the paper. Now, begin to extrude the string of clay slowly – lifting the syringe from the paper until you are holding it about one inch above

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