Mid-Autumn Festival DIY Mooncake by Soft Clay | MODOH
The Mid-Autumn Festival (Simplified Chinese: 中秋节; Traditional Chinese: 中秋節; Vietnamese: Tết Trung Thu; Korean: 추석; Japanese: 月見), also known as Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, is a traditional festival celebrated by Chinese people and the Sinosphere. It is the second most important Chinese holiday after Chinese New Year with a history dating back 3,000 years when China's emperors worshipped the moon for bountiful harvests. The celebration is called Chuseok (autumn eve) in Korea and Tsukimi (moon-viewing) in Japan.
Mooncakes, a rich pastry typically filled with sweet-bean or lotus-seed paste, are traditionally eaten during the festival.
How to make the Mooncakes?
Light air dry clay
If you never used the light air dry clay, please read this introduction soft clay.
First, take out the orange clay to roll the circle and use the clay tool to shape the mooncake. Pinch the square and using the clay tool to shape, cut the mooncake, and using grey color or brown color to make the invagination.
The same handmade action can make more moon cake and different types of mooncakes.
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