Thanksgiving Dinner for Barbie Dolls

Supplies Needed:

  • Clay (polymer or air dry)
  • Paint
  • Mod podge
  • Tacky glue
  • Tissues
  • Water
  • Glitter
  • Puffy paint
  • Paint brush
  • Baking paper

Step 1: Roll small spheres of green clay.  Bake according to package instructions or let air dry.


Step 2: Next, glue them together with tacky glue. Make a small pile of the spheres and a larger pile. These will be a single serving and a whole bowl of veggies.


Step 3: Seal the veggies with mod podge.

Step 4: Then, make small red spheres out of clay, just like you did with the veggies.  Mix with red puffy paint on baking paper. Next, separate them into smaller, single servings and one big serving.  Let it dry, and peel it off of the paper and trim the edges.


Step 5: To make the turkey, shape 5 pieces of clay into the shapes shown below.  Bake or let air dry.


Step 6: Glue your pieces together as shown in step 7.

Step 7: After the glue is dry, paint a base coat of gold.  Then, paint it with browns and oranges.


Step 8: Seal the turkey with mod podge.


Step 9: To make the gravy, put puffy paint onto the baking paper, let it dry, then cut circles out of it for a single serving size.


Step 10: To make the mashed potatoes, mix a little bit of water, silver or black glitter (for pepper), mod podge, a drop or two of gold paint, and torn up tissues.


Step 11: Make several small spheres and one large one for different servings. Let dry.


Step 12: Seal the mashed potatoes with mod podge.

You are done!  Be sure to like, comment, follow, and share with your friends and family.  What is your favorite Thanksgiving food? Tell us by commenting below.


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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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