I actually debated on making this because I didn't think it would be cute as much as it's funny. Plus what outfit do I wear these with? <.<
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Using colored clay make a sphere with brown clay. When it's complete put it on a flat surface and flatten it slightly(like a thicker pancake). Repeat this with another sphere that is slightly smaller. Place the smaller piece on top of the first and gently but firmly pat in place, avoiding ruining the curves of the sides of each piece.
You will make a third sphere, smaller than the last. Instead of flattening into a pancake like the first two, place your fingers on the sides and use the table surface to flatten the bottom only. Try to form the top that isn't flatten into a cone like shape. When satisfied with the look, have the point on top point slightly downward. Attach this piece on top of the pile you've already made. DO NOT FLATTEN THE TOP, this will ruin the "whipped cream" look of it, for a lack of better words! lol
Leave a hole in the top just beside the little swirly top of the charm so you have a place to put the eyelet later.
Take white clay and flatten it with a rolling pin. It needs to be fairly thin without causing it to be brittle before or after baking.
Using a clay knife slice a long rectangle out of the clay.
start from one end and roll the clay into a toilet paper roll shape. Leave some dangling off from the rest of the roll and even put a bit of a fold at the end of the dangling piece.
Leave a hold in the top of the roll for an eyelet screw.
Read the instructions on your baking clay, it may not be the same as mine. Times and even temps vary.
When cooled use black paint to make eyes and a mouth on the charms.
Just a dot of white paint in the eyes will give the effect of reflection.
Using pink paint a dot on either side of the face creates a blush and completes the face!
Remember to put the eyelet screws in to the charms. If need be touch up the paint after putting in the screws.