Tutorial: DIY Mini Ice Cream Cake Polymer Clay Charm

Posted by on April 20, 2017

,Tutorial: DIY Mini Ice Cream Cake Polymer Clay Charm,» This polymer clay charm tutorial was inspired by the Carvel ice cream cake I had during my 4 Year YouTube Anniversary Live Stream: https://youtu.be/0vaPQDWjszM I know it’s been a long time since I posted a polymer clay video on this channel. I was posting polymer clay

,Tutorial: DIY Mini Ice Cream Cake Polymer Clay Charm,» This polymer clay charm tutorial was inspired by the Carvel ice cream cake I had during my 4 Year YouTube Anniversary Live Stream: https://youtu.be/0vaPQDWjszM

I know it’s been a long time since I posted a polymer clay video on this channel. I was posting polymer clay tutorials on DreamWorksTV, but other than that, I have been too busy with college and work to film tutorials, or even craft in general.

It makes me sad to not have the time to work with polymer clay, and I know you guys have missed these videos a lot!! And for those of you who have disliked my huge amount of unboxing videos, I’m sorry for that too. I do love making those videos, but I’m going to get back to making more clay, kawaii, and candy kit videos to balance everything out 🙂 Thanks again for sticking around during my YouTube journey!! Let’s talk in the comments, please! 😀

Supplies Used:
Polymer clay is a clay that needs to be baked in an oven in order to harden, and can be found at your nearest craft store or online (google search it!)
You can always replace any clay color to suit your needs, and translucent clay is optional:
» Brown, white, yellow, translucent, blue, orange, green, purple, and pink polymer clay
» Rolling pin
» Circle cutter
» Star icing tip
» Blunt clay tool
» Acrylic paint
» Dotting tools
» X-acto knife or a craft blade
» Needle tool
» Eye pins, head pins, or eye screws to make it a charm
» Liquid polymer clay (optional)
» White flat bottle caps (for plates, optional)
» Glaze (optional)

*BAKING*
Different polymer clay brands have varying baking instructions. Please refer to your clay’s package instructions, or get help from an adult to prevent discolored or burnt clay. I used Sculpey III and Premo! clay, which was baked at 275 degrees F for about 25 minutes.

A video about GLAZING and the type I use can be found here!
♥ Glaze review: http://goo.gl/RT7U8O
♥ How I glaze my charms: http://goo.gl/mKSigv

The surface I work on is called the Sculpey Work ‘n’ Bake mat. I purchased it at my local craft store in the clay aisle.

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