Modelling Fancy-Dress Babies: 21 Models with Step-by-step Instructions

Modelling Fancy-Dress Babies: 21 Models with Step-by-step Instructions

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By (author) Frances McNaughton

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  • Publisher: Frankly Sweet Publications
  • Format: Paperback | 112 pages
  • Dimensions: 204mm x 256mm x 10mm | 440g
  • Publication date: 1 April 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Tunbridge Wells
  • ISBN 10: 0954976118
  • ISBN 13: 9780954976118
  • Illustrations note: Illustrations, colour
  • Sales rank: 29,691

Product description

Models can be made in a variety of different materials: Made in sugar, individual babies would be a cute and cuddly decoration on celebration cakes for young toddlers and babies and baby showers. Made in non-edible modelling clay, they would make wonderful ornaments and gifts. Different coloured modelling paste and your imagination are all that is needed to make different outfits for the babies using the basic stages shown to produce other breeds of dog, cat and rabbit, along with ducks, fairies and elves. The possibilities are endless. Learn how to make baby models in 21 different fancy-dress outfits. Step-by-step instructions with full colour photographs make this a useful instruction book for beginners as well as experienced model makers. Detailed painting of faces and modelling hands is described in easy-to-follow stages. Simple modelling techniques for the body parts ensure that each model is easy to make by the beginner with a minimum of equipment.

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Frances McNaughton has been a sugarcraft tutor and demonstrator for over 20 years. She teaches a wide range of skills including flower-making, Royal Icing and modelling, and she is the author of 'Modelling Fairies in Sugar', published in 2005.