Cool California Ledge Mummy
Even a mummy needs protection from the sun in the California heat. This one has cool shades. Perch this Halloween decor on the edge of a shelf, a table, or book. One of the easiest clay projects ever, this mummy is perfect if you’re not a perfectionist because he’s not supposed to look pristine. Wipe on and wipe off as much brown paint as you like to give the wrappings a stained and beat up look.
IMPORTANT NOTE - Setting numbers vary on clay conditioning machines. On my Sculpey machine the thickest setting is 1, the thinnest is 9.
Before you begin, condition each clay color. All cutting should be done on wax paper which will allow you to easily lift off the work when necessary.
step 10 - Carefully remove the toothpicks. With a small brush, paint glaze on the sunglasses. Rinse the brush and apply medium brown paint to the edges of the wraps to give them dimension. Wipe on paint and wipe it off immediately with a tissue to create a stained and worn appearance.
- Sculpey Clay - White 1 oz., Black scrap
- Sculpey Clay conditioning machine
- Sculpey Super Slicer blade
- Sculpey Etch n’ Pearl tool
- Diamond Glaze
- aluminum foil
- Wax paper
- small brush
- medium brown paint