I thought it would be fun to have a tutorial on a simple turkey.
This could be made in to a magnet or pin.
You will need:
Opaque White Cernit
Poppy red Cernit just a pinch
Black Cernit just a pinch
Clay Slicing Blade
Sun like cutter from Flowers and leaves Makin's clay cutter set
5/16" Kemper Kutter flower
3/4" Kemper Kutter Round
Condition Opaque White clay and roll out in the clay machine on the 4th thickest setting. You can roll through the machine several times to get a nice smooth sheet.
Cut out one of the sun "like" shaped cutters and lay on work surface.
Place the caramel one on top of the white one and off set it so the whites points show between the Caramel points.
Bend the tip over at the mark.
Make marks with the end of your blade around the turkey body where the indents are around the outside of the sun points in the brown flower/sun are. This step is optional, but does add a little more to the turkey.
Roll out the orange clay on the 2nd thickest setting and cut out two of the 5/16" flower.
Push them out of the cutter and pinch two of the petals of the flower together.
We are just going to use this for the size, so roll that flower in to a little ball.
Place this little teardrop thick end first on the end of the bowling pin caramel top of the bowling pin.
You will able to see it in the picture after I put the eyes on.
They a will be very small, like a 1/16".
Here is the placement of eyes and beak.
Now we are going to make the pieces for the waddle. Roll out a small coil of the poppy red.
Cut off two short pieces and one long one.
Then place the other.
You can see where the red pieces go, here.
Looking a little like a turkey now.
Put two together and roll in to a ball.
Do that with the other two.
With the back of the blade mark both wings on the tips.
Place the wings on the thick end of the body.
Your turkey is done.