Materials for Basic Pizza:
Brown Artist's Chalk
Cutter that will cut 1-1/8 inch circle (the removeable hole cutter from a doughnut cutter works well)
Acrylic Paint - Red and Orange
Orange Terrarium Sand
Great Glass Texturizing Glass Stain - White and Yellow
Dry Parsley Flakes (ground to almost a powder in a mortar and pestle)
Gallery Glass - Amber Glass Stain
Miniature Accessories such as pizza pan w/cutter, pizza box etc. depending on the scene you wish to create
Knead a bit of ochre Fimo into white Sculpey until a pie crust color is attained. Roll out on a flat surface to a thickness of about 1/16 inch. Cut 1-1/8 inch circle with cutter. Crimp outer edge of circle up and in to form the outer crust. Bake in oven at 250 degrees for 10 minutes. When cool, brown outer rim and bottom of crust with brown artist's chalk.
For tomato sauce, mix a touch of orange acrylic paint into red acrylic paint. Add a bit of orange terrarium sand to thicken and texture the paint. With a toothpick, spread the "sauce" on to the pizza crust. Let dry thoroughly. For melted cheese, mix a touch of yellow texturizing glass stain into white texturizing glass stain. With a toothpick, drizzle the "cheese" onto the pizza. Sprinkle a bit of the finely ground parsley flakes on top. Allow to dry overnight. Brush lightly with a bit of amber glass stain for a just-from-the-oven look.
To elevate this pizza from the ordinary to the magnificent, special toppings of your choice can be added, made from bits of polymer clay.
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