Torma are butter and roasted barley flour sculptures are a uniquely Tibetan concept and are usually made by teams of monks in preparation for a religious festival. Torma sculptures take many forms. Some look like stupas, others take the form of Penden Lhamo’s mule, others look like mandalas, others are abstract floral offerings, others are like flaming daggers. In this activity, students will create a sculpture in the style of a Tibetan torma. Students can take their inspiration from a Tibetan art work they have seen or create their own.