Polymer Clay Mallard Duck Tutorial

Posted on June 4, 2013 in Tutorials by Katie

Polymer Clay Mallard Duck Tutorial

Polymer Clay Mallard Duck Tutorial by KatersAcres

A quick, easy, simple and fun polymer clay duck tutorial featuring the colorful Mallard Duck!

Materials:

Polymer Clay Mallard Duck Tutorial

Now that you have gathered all of your materials, let’s get started a make a cute little duck … a mallard duck!

  • Polymer Clay Mallard Duck Tutorial by KatersAcresCondition ALL colors of clay.
  • Roll a ball of emerald green polymer clay for the ducks head.
  • Roll a smaller ball of orange polymer clay and form it into a triangle.
  • Run the white polymer clay through the pasta machine, using a round cutter, cut a circle of clay on the thickest setting.
  • Roll a ball of brown polymer clay for the ducks body that is approximately one and a half times larger than the head.
  • Run the granitex polymer clay through the pasta machine, using a teardrop cutter, cut two teardrops of clay on a middle setting.
  • Using the photograph as a guide, assemble the duck in the manner show at left.
  • Attach the grey wings to the brown duck bodies.
  • Attach the white neck piece to your brown body.
  • Attach the emerald green head to the white neck piece.
  • Attach the orange beak to the front of the green head.
  • Insert the black eyes to the front of the head.
  • Bake in the oven at 265 degrees, covered in foil, for approximately 35-45 minutes.
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Thanks for joining me today,

Happy Claying,

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