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I left a package of Makin’s Clay® out on my workbench for several months.  Then, when it was fully cured, I carved out a heart.  I also used a tool from my bird carving days,The Detailer, a electric hot blade that I used to burn some detail in the grooves. Copper wire was wrapped into the grooves I created and I added a small gear and several small screws.  I finished the heart with a wax product.

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