- Polymer clay in the colors red, green, blue, pink, yellow, white, and a little bit of black
- A cutting tool of some sort
- White acrylic paint
-brush (For glazing)
I use a mix of Fimo and Premo clays, the colors I'm using for this project are: Fimo soft red, Premo green, Fimo soft blue, Premo blush, Premo sunshine, Fimo soft white, and Fimo soft black.
The first thing I do is role out all my clay colors (besides the black) into a long thin snake.
Next I gently squish all the colors together and start to role them together. Also twisting it until I get something like the next photo:
Now I start to role it into a spiral.
I keep rolling until I get the size lollipop you want, then cut the rest of the snake of.
To make the lollipop stick I cut a toothpick in half and insert the pointy end into my lollipop.
Next I role two tiny balls of black clay and flatten them slightly for the eyes. For the mouth I role out a little piece of black clay into a snake and bend it into a U shape. I put these were I want the face to be on the lollipop and press down gently so they stay.
Next I add an eye pin or a head pin before baking if I want the lollipop to be a charm! After its baked I use my white acrylic paint and a toothpick or a dotting tool to add a white circle to each of the eyes for a cute effect! Then I usually glaze my charm to add a nice shiny finish.
I really hope this tutorial was useful to you!