Teddy bear tutorial
This teddy bear tutorial is perfect to decorate your children cakes. Enjoy!
Teddy bear tutorial
Take 10 grams for the body. Place your hand at an angle and move it back and forth. Place it on the table and with short turns, flatten the widest part on the table.
Use the dresden tool to mark a line from top to bottom, front and back, like a seam. And some smaller ones in the opposite direction. Make an indentation for the belly buttom.
To make the lower legs, place your finger on one side of the ball and move it back and forth. Always keep your finger on the same place.
Place the body on a dummy and insert a skewer or wire on a rotary motion. Apply glue and stick the legs to each side of the body. To decorate them, cut two hearts and stick them to the widest part.
For the head, make a 24 gram ball. Gently flatten it with your palm. Use the dresden tool to draw a line from top to bottom and in front and behind. And some smaller ones in the opposite direction.
Take a gram of white fondant. Make a ball and flatten it with your finger with small touches. Apply glue and stick it to the head. Make two indentations for the eyes with the small ball tool.
Make two very small black balls and insert one into each indentation. Make a tiny pill and stick it on the white piece.
Take two balls of one gram each for the ears. Stick them to each side of the head, and press with the small ball tool towards the inside of the head to mark the inside of the ear. This will be the teddy bear’s head.
Put a drop of glue and insert the head on the wire. In my case, I placed it slightly tilted.
For the upper legs, make two balls of one gram each. Make a tear with each of them. Flatten them with your finger, and with the wheel tool, draw a line.
Take the little arms and stick them on each side of the body as you like. I placed them holding the head.
And we have already finished this teddy bear tutorial so cute and easy to make. I leave you the link to the video tutorial. On Youtube you can find this bear in different positions.
And if you dare to do it, remember to tag me on your social profiles to see it!
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