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POLYMER CLAY Rice Krispie Treat Tutorial by GrandmaThunderpants POLYMER CLAY Rice Krispie Treat Tutorial by GrandmaThunderpants
~Bon-AppetEats made a cuute tutorial for rice krispie polymer clay treats ([link]), and since it's something I've been wanting to make for a long time (it's one of my favorite sweets!) I was inspired by her creation and set out to develop my own method! I tried this out on Livestream last night, and a few people expressed interest in seeing my method outlined in a tutorial as well. So after asking ~Bon-AppetEats if she'd be alright as being listed as inspiration, I made this tutorial this morning. :la:

I debated adding in the bit about trimming the edges since it can be hard/dangerous, but I trust you guys not to hurt yourselves. xD And I think it's an important part in getting these to look real! So I hope you learn something. :la:

I made earrings based off my method, and I should have those up soon. :dummy: Thanks for reading, as always! If you make anything based off one of my tutorials, be sure to show me! And check out my gallery for many more tutorials.

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Jenna7777777 Jul 23, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
i am making this tonight! thanks!
-Jenna <3
P.S. I make things from clay too! My store is full of them!
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EmisBakery Jun 4, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oh my! I have always loved them (sadly we dont have them here) can't wait to try this!
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OmenaApple Oct 20, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Ssssooo. The square block in the inside. You could do it from some leftover scrap colors you had, since it wont be visible?
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GrandmaThunderpants Oct 20, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Hmm ... I would say no in this instance. If you look closely at the charm there's still areas where the inside block shows through. Since the "krispie" shapes aren't going to be able to fully coat the surface in one coat due to their odd shape, I highly suggest you either use the same color, or a very similar color.
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OmenaApple Oct 20, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
True.. But how abooout making the block, a slightly smaller, of some scrap color and making a thin layer of the actual krispie color? Saves at least a little of the good color and good use of the old scrap clay?
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GrandmaThunderpants Oct 20, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
That would probably be a good method. :la:
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GrandmaThunderPants your my idol :D
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GrandmaThunderpants Oct 15, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aw, thanks a bunch! :D
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GrandmaThunderpants Oct 15, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aw, thanks a bunch! :D
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WhispersSweet Sep 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You could actually use Jewlery Gold Sculpey, it is the same color but you don't have to do any mixing.
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