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Start out with a good knife and a brick of flesh-colored sculpey III clay.

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Make a ball of the clay by running it through your fingers or by using your palm against the table.

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Pushing down with your palm, squish the ball into a flat circle.

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Make sure the circle is small enough to fit on one of your dolls' plates.

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Using a toothpick, trace a circle around the edge.

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Then make grooves across the inner circle with your knife.

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Criss-cross the other way as well.

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Bake the ham slices at 215 degrees for 15 minutes. 

Remove and let cool before whipping up a batch of
Fried Ham with Gravy.

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