No pongo la lista de materiales y el modo de hacerlo porque está perfectamente explicado en el enlace de Utilisima.
You have the supplies and the how to on the web in spanish.
A piece of wood 8 x 8 cm and 2 cm thick
1.50 m of aluminum wire
Cardboard roll 20 cm long and 5 cm diameter (I used a kitchen roll)
Two-component putty, clay...
White cotton cloth
Acrylic paint: chocolate brown, orange, beige
1. Make a hole in the center of the piece of wood. Shape the wire to form the body, arms and head.
2. Cut along the cardboard roll, wrap the part of the wire that forms the body with the newspaper to give it volume. Put it into the cardboard roll. With masking tape, strengthen it.
3. Pass the wire through the hole of the wood and fix it with the putty. Model the arms, neck and head, adding clay on the wire. Model the baby. Leave until it's completely dry.
4. Soak the cotton cloth in white glue, to make the dress tunic, turban and the kanga (cloth used to carry babies especially in East Africa).
5. "Dress" the body with the cloth. Let it dry.
6. Paint with chocolate brown the skin and clothing with orange. Leave white the turban and the kanga.
You can add accesories like pots, bowls, earrings...
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