Hello everyone, Frainy here with another polymer clay tutorial. This time I’m showing you how to make cute cookie charms!
- Tan & chocolate colour polymer clay.
- Tin foil and/or old toothbrush
- Chalk pastels
- Paint brush
- Dotting tool
Start by flattening a ball of tan polymer clay.
Texture with a ball of tin foil.
You can also texture with a toothbrush.
Use orangey-brown chalk pastels…
…to shade around the edge of the cookie to make it look baked.
Roll a log of chocolate clay.
Cut small pieces of the chocolate chips. Alternatively, use coloured clay for an M&Ms cookie.
Create a hole and add in a chocolate chip.
Add an eyepin if you want it to be a charm.
Bake according to package instructions and you’re done! Hang from your phone or bag, or turn into jewellery.
You can also add a face by using the technique from my cupcake tutorial. Have fun!
If you decide to try this out, comment below or tag @sckawaii on social media – we’d love to see your creations! You can also check out all of SCK’s original tutorials for more crafty ideas.
This tutorial was created by Frainy for Super Cute Kawaii and the images and instructions may not be reposted without credit and permission. Thank you for respecting the rights of artists and makers.
Sarah (AKA Frainy) loves to craft and create cute things. She lives in the North East of England and loves to collect plushies, anime figurines and dolls. She works with a variety of different crafting materials such as polymer clay and resin, and makes videos on Youtube showing off her latest projects.