Polymer Clay Christmas Tree Ornament
Guys! It is the first day of Creative Crafts Christmas Edition and I am thrilled to be sharing this adorable Polymer Clay Christmas Tree Ornament that I made with Sculpey’s Bake Shop clay! I love ALL of the different clays by Sculpey but this one is fantastic because it is so soft and easy to work with. It is perfect for beginners and kids alike.
Supplies and Materials Needed
How to Make a Stacked Polymer Clay Christmas Tree Ornament
Start by rolling different sizes of green balls from the clay. Press them flat like a disc then use a skewer to poke a hole through the middle (wide enough to feed your twine through)! It is best to work on a Sculpey mat because you can use it to put pieces right into the oven.
Add little tiny red balls of clay around the edges of SOME of the discs.
Make little brown squares with clay and poke holes in them too. These will be trunks.
Hand form yellow stars and poke holes through them too.
Bake the clay following the directions in the packaging and let it cool.
String the twine through the star and tie a knot.
Add the discs and then the trunk and tie a knot in the bottom or use glue to secure the tree on the twine.
So cute, right! I think it would be really fun to make a rainbow tree with a pink star so I might just do that!
OTHER Creative Crafts Christmas Projects
Morena is sharing over on Morena’s Corner how to make these two super cute ornaments and decorations.
Erica from 5 Little Monsters always comes up with the cutest things to share that I feel confident I could be successful making. These signs are perfect for the season!
Erin Reed shows you how to turn Dollar Store ornaments into these fabulous creations over on Erin Reed Makes.
Beth blogs over at The Ruffled Daisy and is sharing this super creative DIY Holiday Decor using Dollar Store items.
Smitha Katti is so talented with her watercolor skills. Hop over to her blog to see how she made these gorgeous cards.
My Creative Crafts team members all have such fun things to share with you today too. Beth from Creative Beth is sharing some darling coloring pages!
Ann from Ann Butler Designs is sharing this fabulous die-cut Christmas card.