Hi there and happy Wednesday! This is Kim with Fantastical Menagerie. I wanted to share this quick and simple project with you. It’s a cookie ring, using polymer clay for the cookies.
What you’ll need for this project is:
- Premo clay in ecru and burnt sienna
- an adjustable ring base of your choice.
- A straight blade. You can use a knife, a tissue blade, or whatever you are comfortable with.
- Somethjng for texture, either a texture mold or even some wrinkled up foil.
- A miniature plate. You can check the miniature section of your hobby store, or even a toy store. It need to be oven safe to 275 degrees F.
- Condition your clay by kneading it. Separate out three pea sized balls of ecru clay.
- Flatten the balls, leaving them a little rounded like real cookies would be after baking.
- Using your texture stamp or crumpled foil, add some texture to the cookies.
- Make some very tiny balls of your sienna clay. These are your chocolate chips. Randomly place them on your cookies, flattening the balls as you place them.
- Optional- add some bronze pearlX powder to simulate baking color. You can also do an acrylic wash with brown after baking instead.
- Using adhesive, attach the cookies to the plate and bake in your oven. Premo bakes in an oven at 275 degrees F, and I would bake your plate for 30 minutes. After cooling, it can be attached using the same adhesive to your ring base.
If you don’t like rings, it can be done as a pendant, or even earrings.