4x2 inch Darice Paper Mache' cones, Amazon
Tibetan Lambswool, https://www.ooakartistemporium.com/
½ inch wide ribbon
Fabric-Tac Permanent Adhesive, Michaels, Joann, Hobby Lobby
Step 1; Roll out Creative Paperclay®, enough to cover the cone. Cover the cone with a thin layer of white glue so the clay has something to grab onto. Cover the cone with clay and roll out a round piece to cover the bottom of the cone. Smooth and let dry
Step 2; Roll a strip of clay about 1 to 2 inches wide and long enough to go around the cone bottom for the brim of the hat. Attach and smooth with water. Make the brim go up and over the part you want the nose. Make a small or big ball for the nose depending on how big you want the Wizards nose to be.
Step 3; Make 2 teardrops shapes any size you want for shoes. Take the handle of a paintbrush and press at an angle into the teardrop for the opening of the shoes.
Let everything dry
Step 4; Sand everything smooth and make sure to fill in any cracks. Check to make sure the piece sits flat. Paint with Gesso, let dry then paint the face with a beige color and the hat and shoes with the color of your choice.
Step 5; Cut strands of Tibetan Lambswool off of the hide the length you want the beard to be and glue the individual strands onto the face of the Wizard until you get the look you want.
Step 6; Cut 2 pieces of ribbon the length you want so the legs will dangle over the edge of a shelf. Tie a knot at the end of each ribbon and glue into the opening of each shoe. Glue the other end to the bottom of the cone. You can cover the ends of the ribbons with a round piece of felt.
Have fun making funny noses or big shoe, even feet.
Creative Paperclay® https://www.paperclay.com
Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Joann, Amazon