Sunday, 13 February 2011

How to make polymer clay roses and another giveaway!

Hi everyone, in this post I show how to make these simple red roses.



First is the giveaway, to enter you need to visit my cross stitch blog here, you can see more photos there too.
GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED

How to make the roses in the photo.

Materials required:

Polymer clay - I used fimo clay but any brand will do. 
Long pins
Polymer clay varnish
Oven to bake the clay

Take a small piece of clay and roll into ball like this

Roll out long and thin like this
Press the clay flat with your fingers and place a pin in this position
Start to roll like this
Until it looks like this

Then squeeze the clay until the clay looks like this under the rose
It is now ready to bake in the oven according to manufacturers instructions

When the clay is baked leave to cool and varnish with clay varnish, leave to dry and you are done!


The giveaway below has now closed
Enjoy!

10 comments:

Aldina said...

:-)
thank you for fimo rose tutorial, great giveaway I link to my blog
hugs
Aldina

annemarie said...

This will be fun to try - thanks for sharing!

Ellie said...

My eyes are opened...I had no idea how cute cross stitching could be! My goodness. And those roses are cute too. Wish I had been by before Valentines Day! Thanks for stopping by this morning and entering the giveaway!
http://homestitched.blogspot.com

Raffy said...

wow it's beautiful...

Nelli said...

Beautiful!

angela said...

Muchas gracias por tu comentario en mi blog. Tú en el tuyo, tienes trabajitos estupendos.Que tengas un día muy bueno.Un bs

kasthurirajam said...

NICE

Heather said...

Thanks for the follow! I am following you back via GFC.
Thanks!
Heather H.
The Price Crusher

Torie Jayne said...

Great tutorial!
Have a sweet day!

ghemulet said...

Hello!I did , after seeing your post,little pin flowers.They didn't came out as beutiful as yours but it't ok :)

Thank you for sharing the tutorial with us

You can see my pin flowers here:


http://ghemuletulincalcit.blogspot.ro/2013/02/fimo.html