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To make Chiles, you will need a tomato red and a darker green Sculpey III clay.

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Using the red clay, form small round balls.

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Rolling out one side with your fingers, elongate into a funnel shape.

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Curve the ends to make them look spicy. 
They should almost be in a lightning shape on the end.

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Taking some green clay now, put a long strip of green on the other end of the chile as a leaf.

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Straighten up the sides of the leaves artistically.

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Cook your chile peppers on a cookie tray with a sheet of wax paper on top at 215 degrees form 15 minutes. 

Remove and let cool before using in your next spicy recipe!

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