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To make doll cheese, you will need a nice cheesy yellow sculpey III clay, a knife, and a toothpick.

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Form the yellow clay into a rectangular solid.

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Using your fingers, flatten one end of the rectangular solid so that it slopes down like a slab of cheese.

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Get out your toothpick and make little holes all over the top of the cheese. 
You can do it on all of the sides, but I like it better just on the top.

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Bake your cheese on a cookie sheet covered in wax paper for 15 minutes at 215 degrees. 
Make sure that the clay cheese is cool before removing it afterwards.

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