Well, thanks to these old photos, a little lamb is born. :) I must have made him when I first started playing around with fondant figurines and he is such an easy thing to make. I compiled what photos I had so have a look and I'll explain along the way.
1. You will need some white, pink and black fondant.
2. Roll the body into a tear drop shape. The arms and legs are sausages that are tapered at one end (kinda like a long tear drop).
3. Flatten the bigger end of the arms and legs and stick a small piece of pink icing at the bottom. I made the pink circle by pressing down on a small ball of pink, but if you want to be more exact, then use a small, round icing tip to cut out the circles. I used the end of a dresden tool (at least that's what I think it is, to mark and texture the fondant on the body, arms and legs, but you can also roll or pipe tiny round balls and stick them on).
4. Stick the arms and legs to the body with a little water or some edible glue and stick a piece of spaghetti or a toothpick down the middle of the body (not shown in picture). If you are using a toothpick, make sure to tell the recipient about it as you don't want them biting down on it!
5-6. Make the head by rolling a smaller ball of white into a tear drop. Mark a smile using the end of a round icing tip. I used the Wilton number 12 but use whatever you have. Mark two dimples at the end of the smile with a toothpick.
7. To make the ears, roll small pieces of white and pink fondant into tear drops. Flatten them and stick the smaller pink onto the white. Mark out the eyes with a toothpick. Add a ball of pink for the nose.
8. Glue the ears on and roll a couple of tiny black fondant balls for the eyes. Roll some balls of white for the 'hair' on top of the head.
Baaaaaaa.....and your little lamb is done.
If you found this tutorial useful, I would appreciate some comments on it. :)
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