Little Pilgrim Sculpey Peep Girl

We got a fabulous box of products from Scupley this week and decided to test it out by creating a little girl pilgrim Peep. The clay is amazingly simple and fun to work with. The first thing I did was flip my portfolio to my Thankgiving collection of designs and illustrations.

I rolled little pieces in my palms and molded each part of her little body. To get her round hands a shoes to attach like a stick Peep, I used wire. When she was all assembled, I put her in the over…following the directions on the Sculpey box.

I added a Black Beauty button from my collection with Buttons

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Galore to her neckline and now she is now a part of an adorable Thanksgiving wreath. To check that out, visit the blog post on Laura Kelly’s INKlings where you can see the tutorial for her pet turkey too.

Happy Molding,


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3 Responses to Little Pilgrim Sculpey Peep Girl

  1. This is stinking adorable.. and you are right.. your Clay designs really make your wreath sooo much fun!
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  2. Pingback: My Thankful Wreath | Laura Kelly's Inklings

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