Polymer Clay Heart Cookie Charm

Polymer Clay Heart Cookie Charm

Polymer Clay Heart Cookie Charm

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** Warning!!! these cookies are not edible **

I always get astonished by talented polymer clay artists of their skill on making miniature food charms or decorations. I adore them so much since it is not my expertise to get it done so perfectly and look so real. After reading this guest tutorial, I think I can do it and I hope you can too!!!

Today, I have Mo Tipton of The Mouse Market as our guest tutor to show us how to make these “delicious” cookie heart charms where you can turn them into jewelry like earrings and bracelet. They are tiny, look at the bottom photo where Mo wears them on her wrist. I love the details Mo has put in, the cookie texture and also the colors. Isn’t it cute and yummy? Simply AMAZING!!!!

Do remember to hop over to The Mouse Market after this tutorial, Mo has some tutorials there to share. And, if you want to buy materials and supplies to make your own polymer clay crafts, or, buy the ready-made handmade as own collections or gifts, be sure to shop at Mo’s shop. Hold on your jaw and saliva while browsing through, don’t say that I didn’t tell you beforehand ;-)

If you have any question, please contact Mo at her website, she will be very happy to hear from you :)

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Polymer Clay Cookie Charm Bracelet Tutorial

Guest tutor bio:
Mo Tipton is the miniaturist behind The Mouse Market, an online world of teeny tiny dollhouse snacks and yummy food jewelry. She draws on her background as a pastry chef and graphic designer to create her realistic food sculptures, and when she’s not busy in her studio, she’s usually spending way too much time on Pinterest, looking for inspiration for her dollhouse. Learn how to sculpt all kinds of miniature foods with simple tutorials, here.

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7 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Pingback:How to Make Polymer Clay Sugar Cookies

  2. So cool and chic. Your tutorial is REALLY clean and GREAT help. Thank you so much for sharing. Wanna a go.
    Nice weekend.

  3. hi
    thanks for everything
    have any site of you tube
    because
    it’s my think
    u r doing very well and some time i can’t understand of picturesso have any site on you tube then pls infrom me
    thanks
    best wishes for u r new project.

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  5. Really cute! Love cookie related crafts!

  6. They look so real and yummy!! Mo did a fantastic job with those. Thanks for sharing! I love the pastels, too.

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