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To make corn, you will need a nice green and a yellow sculpey III clay.

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Lay down a rectangle of the green clay and soften the edges. 

Place a smaller rectangular solid of yellow on top of the top portion of green.

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Curl the corners of the green up around the yellow block so that it is nestled inside.

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Fill in the bottom green part around the base so that it forms an ear of corn.

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Using the knife, cut sideways grooves into the yellow part of the corn.

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Finish by adding grooves in the other direction.

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Bake the corn on a cookie sheet covered with wax paper at 215 degrees for 15 minutes. 

Remove and let cool before using in all your yummy dishes!

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