|One-Pot & Clay Pot Cookbook|
|by Jenni Shapter|
This beautiful book is divided into ten easy-to-use chapters, with recipes for every meal occasion and every course.
1 - 10 of 229 for how to make clay
Put piles of clay on table for ... models (very hard to do this with ... smashing, etc. Be sure to put clay back into plastic bags or containers each day.
Stir while cooking, ... stiff. Allow this to cool, and cover ... with water color. Clay can always be ... will help to keep it moist until the next time.
Form clay. Paint with tempera. Print on manila paper.
Saute onion while ... they are similar to the others. Layer ... gradually, but always start out cold. Cook for 1 hour or 45 minutes if you like them crunchy.
Mix water and ... mass. Cool the clay on a piece ... Air dry. Hardens to a smooth finish. ... variability of humidity in the environment and storage conditions.
Mix salt and flour in a plastic bowl. Gradually add the water. When it forms a ball around the spoon, knead the dough well, add water if it is too ...
This technique makes inedible decorations that ... for five minutes to thoroughly blend ingredients. ... Coat dry baker's clay decorations with a ... with clear protective coating.
Mix salt and ... smooth (about 7 to 10 minutes). If ... them. To add clay details, roll out ... or coat with clear nail polish (2 to 3 coats) to preserve.
In top of ... you are going to use. If you ... hard). You can paint with tempera paint, and after that is dry coat with shellac for shine and protection.
Add 3/4 cup ... When attaching pieces to each other, moisten ... are to made into ornaments, place paper clips or small pieces of wire in clay while wet.
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