Polymer clay charms ideas & tutorial

There are many interesting ideas for sculpting polymer clay charms. Our site “Polymer Clay Ideas” was created specifically to collect the maximum number of ideas in one resource, and most importantly, you will see plenty of free photo and video lessons on polymer clay modeling. There is a variety of different techniques that are used in sculpting jewelry, all the techniques we have collected on a particular page: Polymer clay jewelry>> For example, there is a tutorial on modeling such a set of polymer clay jewelry:

Polymer clay charm idea / Polymer clay jewelry set: charm, earrings, bracelet

The brooch is molded in the same way as the pendant, the only difference is in the accessories on which the figurine made of polymer clay is attached. For this reason, brooches will be placed on this page of our website together with pendants.

All the jewelry, including charms, is molded from high-quality baked polymer clay, since after baking it is very strong and waterproof, strength is necessary here, since the elements are very small and usually thin.

On the same page you will see several tutorial on polymer clay, how to fix any item or figure to special jewelry accessories, and a lot of photos of finished works. Since most often, a polymer clay charm is all kinds of miniature figurines of cute animals, flowers or compositions of mini flowers, berries, donuts, sweets, chocolates, cookies and other sweets.

Polymer clay charms. Free tutorial on polymer clay

To do this, at the final stage before baking, it will be necessary to insert a bijouterie pin or any other accessories, on which later you can attach our figure – a charm to a chain or cord. Also, if the figurine is miniature, and is mainly suitable only for a charm, the sculpting technique is very different from the full-size version. A detailed modeling lesson will be shown on this page. Or on the page for sculpting polymer clay earrings: Polymer clay earring. There, the technique can be very different from the standard, but can intersect with the technique of molding charms.

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1-4 Polymer clay charms – brooch, tutorial on modeling.

1 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling

2 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay

3 Polymer clay charms ‘Strawberry’, tutorial on polymer clay

4 The Brooch Goldfish made of polymer clay. Video tutorial on polymer clay

5 Polymer clay charms / Jewelry set: pendant, bracelet, earrings made of mini polymer clay cookies

5 Jewelry set: charm, bracelet, earrings made of mini polymer clay cookies. Polymer clay video tutorial

6 Polymer clay brooches/charms ideas for modeling with children.

Polymer clay charms made in the form of miniature animal figurines look especially cute. Detailed lessons on sculpting figurines are collected on our separate page: Polymer clay figurines. This is a page with very detailed lessons on sculpting figurines, any figure can be made miniature and it will serve as a cute charm.

Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling.

Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”

1. Roll out white polymer clay, about 2 mm (0.08 inches) thick. Cut a circle. Make two indentations for the Owl’s eyes using the stack with a ball. Insert glass eyes.

1 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling

2. Roll a thin sausage out of the clay of the same color. Cut into equal parts. Roll a small drop from each part, and press down with a stack with a needle, as shown in the photo.

2 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling

3-4. Using a stack with a needle, attach the droplets in a circle – these will be feathers. Press down well so that the feathers hold well.

3 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling
4 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling

5. Roll a small drop of black polymer clay and attach it to the center – this will be the beak. Before attaching the beak to the place of attachment, it is necessary to drop a droplet of Fimo gel, so the beak will hold well, it will not have to be pressed down too much.

5 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling

6. Take silver acrylic paint, touch up the edges of the feathers. Pre-bake the brooch.

6 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling

7. Take Fimo gel and drip a very large drop, attach the brooch accessories. Place on the main bake.

7 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”. A photo tutorial on modeling

8. Here we have such a cute brooch.

8 Polymer clay brooch “Cute Owl”.

Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay

Here is one great example of how we sculpted multi-layer chocolate cookies; a detailed lesson is on the polymer clay food modeling page: Polymer clay food.
If before baking, as shown on photo 1, we insert the bijouterie pin. Then bake our cookies, according to the instructions, photo 2.

1 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay
2 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay


Photo 3-7. Using pliers, as is shown in great detail on the photographs, attach the ring, and with this ring attach the charm to a special bijouterie cord with a fastener, which is very convenient to put on and wear.

3 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay
4 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay
5 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay
6 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay
7 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay


Photo 8. We get such a polymer clay charm on a cord. You can use a chain instead of a bijouterie cord.

8 Polymer clay charms ‘Chocolate Cookies’, tutorial on polymer clay

Author: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf19wRHNwQBE4K_l1vBYp

Polymer clay charms ‘Strawberry’, tutorial on polymer clay

Polymer clay charms ‘Strawberry’

The tutorial on sculpting earrings in the form of strawberries is published on the page of our website Polymer clay earrings. It shows in detail how to model a strawberry. Here on the photo below you will see how to attach such a pendant to a jewelry lace.

1 Polymer clay charms ‘Strawberry’ – tutorial on polymer clay
2 Polymer clay charms ‘Strawberry’ – tutorial on polymer clay
3 Polymer clay charms ‘Strawberry’ – tutorial on polymer clay
4 Polymer clay charms ‘Strawberry’ – tutorial on polymer clay

The Brooch “Goldfish” made of polymer clay. Video tutorial on polymer clay

You can use this cute goldfish as a brooch, and if you attach another kind of accessories in the form of a ring, then it can be used as a pendant.
Working process:
1 We take polymer clay of a suitable color. We sculpt a figurine in the form of a goldfish from baked polymer clay, the whole process is shown in detail, just below in the video tutorial.

1 The Brooch “Goldfish” made of polymer clay

2 Then we attach to the suitable accessories and bake according to the instructions for polymer clay.

2 The Brooch “Goldfish” made of polymer clay

3 Everything is ready! We’ve got such a cute brooch in the shape of a goldfish.

3 The Brooch “Goldfish” made of polymer clay

Author: https://instagram.com/an_d_r_e_w_w
Detailed lesson on sculpting you can see in the video format:

Jewelry set: pendant, bracelet, earrings made of mini polymer clay cookies. Polymer clay video tutorial

Jewelry set: bracelet, pendant, earrings made of mini polymer clay cookies

Here’s another great idea for how you can use miniature cookies. You can make such a cute pendant, bracelet, earrings from them. Cookies are sculpted with mold. A bijouterie pin is inserted into each polymer clay cookie. Then it is baked according to the instructions. After that, it gathers on a cord or chain.
Detailed video tutorial:

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Polymer clay brooches ideas for modeling with children. 

There are many very cute ideas for sculpting jewelry – polymer clay brooches in the form of cute cats and dogs that even children can handle with!

Children sculpt from polymer clay
Polymer clay brooch idea for modeling with children: Feed the cat!
Polymer clay jewelry ideas for modeling with children: Halloween Ideas
Polymer clay brooch idea for modeling with children: Cat with sausages
Polymer clay brooches ideas for modeling with children: Cats
Polymer clay brooches ideas for modeling with children: Doggy
Polymer clay jewelry ideas for modeling with children: cute girl

A photo tutorial on modeling a similar brooch in the form of a cute girl from polymer clay will be a little further on this page.

Polymer clay jewelry ideas for modeling with children: cute Unicorn

The idea of polymer clay for modeling with children on Valentine’s Day

Polymer clay brooches ideas: Cats with hearts

Such brooches were made by children:

children’s work

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