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Clangers craft: The moon surface

Create a quirky home for your Clangers with our simple step-by-step guide

Posted: 21 February 2013
by Amanda Pauley

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Step six

Once the moon surface is completely dry, check to see if any of the joins are showing. If so, cover with more papier mâché and leave for a few hours. Once completely dry, paint it using a palette of blue and white to get a variety of shades.

For the finishing touch, place the lids on the craters to finish off your Clanger home.

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