Today, we are going to be a little fox. We like to eat watermelon. Well, summer has come. It’s the season to eat watermelon. The little fox ate watermelon early.
Look at this cute little fox, with red and green watermelon, fresh and lovely, do you like it? Let’s see how it is made!
Prepare materials：Non-toxic, Eco-friendly, Brightly-Colored Polymer Clay
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1. First, make a hemispherical shape out of green clay.
2. Cover it with a disc of white clay.
3. Put a layer of red circle on it.
4. Make some watermelon seeds with black clay and stick them on.
5. Rub a ball of ginger clay.
6. Make the mouth part, stick the nose and eyes, and a bit of hair on the top of the head.
7. Make two triangular ears out of ginger and beige clay and stick them to your head.
8. Make your body out of ginger clay and your belly with white clay.
9. Make a big hairy tail and stick it to the back. Then make two small balls to stick the legs together.
Stick the head and body of the little fox together, the little fox is ready, and then put it on the watermelon.
Make a small fox’s hands, and then make a small watermelon, let the small fox hold gnaw, so it is more lovely! You can try to do it~
Foxes are also called red foxes, red foxes and grass foxes. Their flexible ears can accurately locate the sound and have a sensitive sense of smell. Their slender legs can run fast with a maximum speed of about 50km / h. therefore, they mainly feed on fish, mussels, shrimps, crabs, mice, birds, insects and small animals, and sometimes some plants.