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With your orange sculpey III clay, make a large gumdrop shape.

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On the flat underside, trace first an outer circle, then a criss-crossing star with a toothpick to look like the inside of the orange.

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Trace a "Y" in the top of the orange with your toothpick, then poke holes in it to make it look like a real orange peel.

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Bake the oranges at 215 degrees for 15 minutes on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper.  Remove and cool before using.

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