Make a polymer clay bear.
The Simple Bear is the basis for all the other bears in the book. He is shown here with two friends. The larger blue bear has a brown snout and a very big nose. He also has little brown matching pads on his paws, which are created by squashing tiny flattened balls of brown clay into place. He has larger ears and his eyes are closer together. The little pink bear has a tiny, round nose made from deep pink clay. Her ears have been placed further down and she holds a blanket made from flattened white clay. The claws were created using a cocktail stick to make the indentations.
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You Will Need
Attach the legs to the body by pressing firmly, taking care not to distort the tops of the legs.
Attach the arms.
Push the blunt end of the half cocktail stick into the top of the body, leaving a little protruding, as shown (right).
Insert the glass beads as eyes, using the cocktail stick.
Add the chin followed by the cheeks as shown above.
Attach the little black nose.
To make the ears, press the little balls firmly on the head, then pinch them to flatten them slightly.
Use the knitting needle to create the ear holes.
Bake your bear at the recommended temperature on a ceramic tile or baking tray.