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Polymer Clay Fantasy Pumpkin House Lantern || Maive Ferrando

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Today I'll be showing how I made a fantasy pumpkin witch house using a glass bowl and polymer clay, that you can use as a cool decoration as well as a lantern this Halloween! Use an LED tealight to light up the house, not a regular candle. SUPPORT MY CHANNEL: 🍓 Website & Shop: 🍓 MY MERCH: 🍓FIND OUT MORE about this piece on my blog post: 🍓 SHARE YOUR RECREATIONS with me using #maiveferrando on Instagram or other social media sites, I love to see what you guys make following my tutorials! 🍓 If you're new to my channel make sure to SUBSCRIBE and click on the "BELL" button so you never miss any of my uploads and if you liked this video, why not give it a thumbs up and share the love? 🍓Have a request for Halloween tutorials? Let me know in the comments! CONNECT WITH ME! 🍓 Second Channel: 🍓 Instagram: 🍓 Facebook: 🍓 Twitter: YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: 🍓MY WITCH HOUSE TUTORIAL 🍓 MY HARRY POTTER TUTORIALS: 🍓MY FANTASY TUTORIALS: 🍓 MATERIALS: Glass Bowl/Vase (Alternatively you can use a jar) FIMO Champagne FIMO Black FIMO Liquid FIMO Blades Premo Wisteria Premo Spanish Olive Premo Raw Sienna Nail Art Dotting Tools Nail Art Brushes Nail Art Sculpting Pens Silicone Sculpting Tools 24 Reeves Acrylic Paints Needle Tool Makins Round Cutters Masking Tape Sculpey Clay Conditioning Machine Glass Paint FIMO Gloss Tin Foil Toothbrush Toothpick DISCLAIMER: I can’t guarantee that my techniques and the materials I use will suit everyone. Materials are examples and suggestions and may or may not be the same ones I used, do read the item's description before buying. 🍓 Please respect my work and use my tutorials to recreate pieces to keep for yourself, not to sell as your own design. 🍓 BAKING TIPS: I bake my polymer clay pieces in a kitchen oven at 110 -125ºC for 30 minutes. Do not exceed 130ºC or you will burn your polymer clay. Always read the baking instructions for your particular brand of polymer clay, as temperatures and times may vary slightly. Music: "Moonlight Hall" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence ( Artist: *You're free to use my tutorials to recreate pieces to keep for yourself (give to friends and family), but not to sell as your own design.