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To make strawberries, you will need a green and a pink brick of sculpey III clay and a toothpick.

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Roll the pink into a nice, small round ball with your fingers or the palm of your hand.

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Lengthen one end of the ball to form a cone shape.

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Make two small leaves out of the green clay.

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Place the leaves end-to-end on the flat part of the strawberry.

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Poke seed holes in the strawberry using your toothpick.

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Bake the strawberries for 15 minutes at 215 degrees on a cookie sheet covered in wax paper.  Remove and let cool before using.

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