Thursday, April 21, 2011

Polymer Clay 101: Frosted Sugar Cookie

I am so excited to present my first full tutorial with pictures! I have tried a couple of times to take pictures while I was making a project, but I got all wrapped up in the project I ended up not taking pictures. But, finally, my first full tutorial on making frosted sugar cookies with sprinkles:
Start with well-conditioned ecru clay.
 Flatten the clay into a cookie shape, try pressing around the outside to give it more of a cookie look.
 Stick a eyepin in and use a toothbrush to add texture all over your clay.
 Next, condition some pink clay and flatten it.
 Place it onto your textured cookie.
 Take some TLS (transcluent liquid sculpey) and squirt a tiny dot of it onto the pink clay.
Use a toothpick to spread it all over the pink.
 Use tiny glass marble beads for the sprinkles, which you can find in the scrap booking section of Michaels.
 Sprinkle the beads onto your cookie until you like what it looks like. Get rid of the beads that fell below your clay and stuck.
Bake and then if you wish to, glaze them, and your done!!

As well, these cookies are listed in my etsy shop for $7.00, please check them out:

Thanks so much for checking out my blog!!


  1. These are about the cutest things ever! Would you mind if I re-posted (is that word?) through my blog? I know the B is just above here but would like your permission first. Thanks for visiting and, thought I was, but wasnt, am following you now!

  2. I would be honored if you re-posted them!

  3. You did a great job on this tutorial and the cookies are adorable. I've made things with polymer clay but never knew about the liquid sculpy. Great tip. The sprinkles look fabulous!!

  4. Oh what fun, thanks so much for the lesson! :) Your creations are always so adorable!

  5. OOooo these are so yummy! they look fantastic!

    Well done for photographing your first tutorial. I am still yet to stop and photograph some of my things to make a tutorial - I live in hope :-)




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