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How To Make An Animal Head Trophy For A Dollshouse

To make an animal head trophy for a dollhouse, you will need the following materials:

  • Polymer clay (in the color of your choice)

  • A craft knife or scissors

  • A toothpick or skewer

  • Acrylic paint

  • A fine-tipped paintbrush

  • Glue

  • A small piece of wood or cardboard for the trophy base

  • Optional: varnish or sealant

Instructions:

  1. Shape the clay into the head of the animal you want to make. You can use reference images to help you get the proportions and details right.

  2. Use the craft knife or scissors to add details like eyes, nose, and mouth. You can also use the toothpick or skewer to make indents for eyes, nostrils, and other details.

  3. Bake the clay according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  4. Once the clay has cooled, paint the head with acrylic paint. You can use different colors for the eyes, nose, and mouth, or you can use one color for the entire head.

  5. When the paint is dry, use glue to attach the head to the trophy base. You can use a small piece of wood or cardboard.

  6. If desired, you can apply a coat of varnish or sealant to protect the paint and give the trophy a glossy finish.

  7. Your animal head trophy is now ready to be displayed in your dollhouse!

Note: Polymer clay is a versatile material, but it can be fragile once it has been baked. Handle the trophy carefully and avoid exposing it to extreme temperatures, as this can cause it to crack or become misshapen

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