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CDHM The Minaiture Way, Tutorials, How-to's
CDHM The Miniature Way
October 2010, Issue 9
Tutorial: Orange Sections
Page 73
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Photographs and
How-to by
Hanna Lindroth



Let's learn the techniques used for making Peeled oranges with peel. Hanna Lindroth of Mini Chef will walk you through step-by-step instructions on how you can make your own peeled oranges.

CDHM artisan Hanna Lindroth doing business as Mini Chef  shows you a how-to on making peeled oranges in dollhouse 1:12 scale

CDHM artisan Hanna Lindroth doing business as Mini Chef  shows you a how-to on making peeled oranges in dollhouse 1:12 scale

Materials Needed

► ááFimo© Polymer Clay
á-áCaramel (Light Brown) #7
á-áOrange #42
á-áTranslucent #014
á-áWhite #0
á-áYellow #16
► ááChalk Pastels: White
► ááTools
á-áBrush , Needle or
áA Needle-Tool, Razor Blade, Rolling Pin or Pasta Machine, and Toothpicks



CDHM artisan Hanna Lindroth doing business as Mini Chef  shows you a how-to on making peeled oranges in dollhouse 1:12 scale

Step 1
We will start making the peeled orange section. To get the color of the orange fruit, mix equal amounts of yellow and translucent clay as shown in my picture. Then add a little less then 1:4 of white clay and a tiny piece of orange clay to the mix.

You don't need much clay, to give you an idea of how much my yellow clay in this picture is approximately 1,5 cm (just over ½") in each side and the width is about 0,7 cm (¼").

Mix the clay well, so the color is even.
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CDHM artisan Hanna Lindroth doing business as Mini Chef  shows you a how-to on making peeled oranges in dollhouse 1:12 scale

Step 2
Now roll the clay into a even snake approximately 4mm (just over 1/8") in diameter. Then measure up and cut of a section of 6mm (¼") from the snake.
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