I made some clay conversation hearts, or candy hearts. I made them at first to be fridge magnets, but then I also turned a few into necklaces.
What you need:
1. Polymer clay (I used Sculpey for this project because it is a little softer and easier to stamp)
2. A heart shaped cookie cutter
3. Uppercase letter stamps
4. Red stamp ink
5. (Small Jewelry Bails
and chain for necklace)
*Make sure that your letter stamps are the right size for your cookie cutter. I used a smaller cookie cutter that is about 1.5 inches wide.
These hearts make such cute necklaces. You could even make one with your name, or with an inside joke to give a friend. There are a few different ways to turn these into necklaces. The easiest way is to attach them to some sort of Small Jewelry Bails
with epoxy glue.
So cute hearts and perfect gifts! I think I would write happy heart 🙂 thank for your tutorial and have a happy day!
Bonnie and Trish @ Uncommon says
these are wonderful Rachel! What a sweet craft..so cool!!
This is fabulous! Love this– I'm pinning it now!
Jaime Lyn says
Super cute Rachel! :o)
i love this! its so cute and simple! thanks for posting !
-Deana, from birdsandoxfords
Wow ……I Love it's . Thank for Shared ^ ^
Nat and Holly says
Oh my goodness, these are darling! One of my very favorite Valentines projects I've seen! I've never worked with polymer clay before but now I want to try it out 🙂
Thanks! I started working with it for the first time last year and I love it. It's ridiculous how easy it is to make so many fun things! It's a lot of FUN to play with 🙂
Crystelle Boutique says
The conversation hearts are so adorable! They looks just like the 'real' thing! How did you do that? You are so amazing!
I feel like polymer clay could be the adult version of play-dough. Looks like a ton of fun…and I'll have to try it sometime! Your necklaces are just darling…. I think I'd want my heart to say: "you & me"
Sinea Pies says
Thanks so much for hosting this great party. 🙂
This is too stinking cute!!!