Polymer Clay Tutorials from Creative Rachy

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One of the crafts I’ve been thinking about trying out recently is making polymer clay charms. Whilst looking for ideas and help to get started, I came across Creative Rachy’s YouTube channel. Rachel’s videos include lots of polymer clay charm tutorials as well as helpful hints and tips.

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I really like miniature food like this cake – so detailed!

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There are lots of tutorials to make different Neko Atsume characters such as this one of Shadow and his ball of yarn.

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There are also holiday themed charms, such as this sweet little penguin.

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If you’re a beginner to polymer clay, this video has some great tips for those starting out.

I hope you enjoy checking Creative Rachy’s channel out and find some cute crafts to try!

This is a guest post from Nikki, who is on the shortlist to become SCK’s new craft writer! Let us know if you’d like to see more posts like this.

Nikki lives in the UK and her favourite crafts are needle felting, sewing, paper cutting and embroidery. You can follow her crafty makes on Instagram at @cutecraftsaddict.

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  1. Katherine avatar

    What a lot of cute videos! Now I want to try making polymer clay charms too! :o)

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