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To make onions, you will need a bright white and an off-white block of sculpey III clay and a knife.

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Spread each color out into a seperate long rectangle.

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Place the off-white rectangle on top of the white rectangle and roll them up into a long rope.

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Roll the rope with the palms of your hands against the table until it is very skinny and small. 

Cut off a little piece from the end.

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Flip the knife blade over and press the onion against the table to make it a flat circle. 

It should have an interesting pattern of white and off-white blended together which makes it look more tasty as an onion.

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

Remove and let cool before using in your doll recipes.

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