Make Ornaments with Polymer Clay and Transfers
Beginner | 31 min 27 sec
Learn polymer clay basics while creating a thoughtful and inventive ornament with artist and clay enthusiast Faheema Chaudhury of Unicorn Crafts. Begin by mixing a custom color as you condition the clay, then use classic cookie cutters to make holiday shapes. You’ll explore the possibilities of personalization as Faheema demonstrates how to select and print a custom design and adhere to your ornament. Finish your ornament by sanding and glazing, creating a holiday gift or adornment to use for years to come.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Sculpey polymer clay - Faheema is using two blocks of Souffle in white and one block each of Premo in red and teal
  • Tissue blade
  • Cookie cutters in a variety of shape or template PDF
  • String
  • Temporary tattoo paper (clear)
  • Inkjet printer
  • Small dish for water
  • Acrylic roller
  • Dotting tool
  • Pencil
  • White acrylic paint
  • Sandpaper with a grit no higher than 800
  • Scissors
  • Gloves (optional)
  • Pasta machine (optional)
Learn how to:
  • Mix custom colors
  • Condition polymer clay
  • Select and print a custom design
  • Sand and glaze polymer clay
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Class Reviews
15 users recommended this class to a friend
P. Ann Gillespie
Every step is explained very well, making me feel that I can not only make the ornaments she made but have the foundation to make others. Excellent!
December 1, 2022
Susan Barham
What a fun, simple class to make lovely ornaments for the holidays. Well done!
November 30, 2022