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panda, fridge magnets


Making your own fridge magnets is easier than you might think. You can make the more exciting than shop bought ones by using clay to make them 3D.

Time: 10 minutes per magnet (plus baking)
Makes: 6
Skill Level: Easy

Art and Craft Supplies



panda, fridge magnets


1 x 56g Filmo white modelling clay (or another brand suitable for oven baking)
1 x 56g Filmo black modelling clay (won't need all of it)
6 adhesive round magnets
Sharp pencil

Method



panda, fridge magnets


Tear off one 6th (about 9g) of the white modelling clay and roll it into a ball.



panda, fridge magnets


Squash the ball in between to pieces of card.



Tear off a small amount of black modelling clay, divide it in two, and shape them into small triangles. Place these on top sides of the white clay to form ears.



Tear off a tiny about of black modelling clay and divide it into three, roll them into balls and place two of them on the white clay. Squash they down slightly so that they are flat.

Take the third ball, and roll it into a small oval/sausage shape. Place it in the centre of the white clay to form a nose.



Tear off two minuscule amount of white modelling clay (like a speck of dust), roll them into balls and place one on each of the black circles.



Take a pencil and gently scratch out a mouth beneath the panda's nose.



Bake at 110 ༠C/ 90 ༠C fan/225 ༠F/1/4 Gas for thirty minutes.



Peel the back off the adhesive magnets and stick them to the back of the clay pandas.



Stick the magnets to your fridge.

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