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To make turnips, you will need sculpey III bricks of off-white, purple, and green.

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Make a gumdrop shape out of the purple clay.

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Making a cone shape out of the off-white clay, attach the flat end of the gumdrop to the flat end of the cone shape to make the turnip.

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Make a long strip of green clay and cut some pieces off the end with a knife.

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Lay them out in a cross pattern on the table and press the top of the turnip down onto them to put on the leaves.

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Curl the end of the turnip to make it look more like a root.

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

Remove and let cool before using in your next doll recipe!

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