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To make doll chicken, you will need a golden brown and a tan sculpey III block. 

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Make a potato shape out of the golden brown clay.

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Push down on one end with your fingers to elongate it.

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Add a small ball of tan clay to the elongated end.

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Form the ball of clay into a fork, that is the end of the bone from a chicken leg. 

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Make sure that this smaller section is well connected to the golden brown part, since it can sometimes fall off easily after it's been baked.

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Cook your chicken legs on a cookie sheet covered in wax paper at 215 degrees for 15 minutes. 

Wait a few minutes before using so they can cool off after cooking.

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