A couple of months ago, I made a post showing the clay charms that I have made and I asked for people to write which one they want me to do a tutorial on. Angelina wanted me to do a cake, so here is the cake clay charm tutorial!
So first, what you need is:
- blue polymer clay
- pink polymer clay
- purple polymer clay
- yellow polymer clay
- orange polymer clay
- five balls of white polymer clay (and a little more)
- liquid clay (You can get this at craft stores. Liquid clay is…well, uh, liquid clay! When you bake it, it hardens, but looks “liquid.”
- Clay glaze
Roll the clay into little balls about the same size a little bigger than your finger.
Roll out the clay and layer on top of each other with white between each color.
Next. roll it between your hands a little bit to smooth the sides out.
Take a little extra white clay and roll it out and put it around the “cake” to cover it.
Squeeze the liquid clay onto a paper plate and mix tiny bits of white clay into it.
“Frost” your “cake.” Cut a little piece out with a butter knife of clay cutting tool and texture the inside with a toothpick. Bake according to the directions for your polymer clay and if you want, after it cools, glaze the “frosting” with clay glaze.