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Posted on February 7, 2017 in Tutorials by Katie Oskin
Here’s our free polymer clay Valentine’s Day tutorials that you might like to try your creativity with to make for someone you love this upcoming Valentine’s Day. With over 200 free polymer clay tutorials here on KatersAcres, it can be a daunting task to remember where they all are. Valentine’s Day is a favorite Hallmark holiday of many and a joy to create for, and these tutorials showcase a portion of that love! Come try out these free tutorials below.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day than juicy pinks, reds, and purples. I put together this perfectly juicy and a *little bit* metallic color palette to help bring some added dimension to the standard reds and pinks used during this claying season. GET THE COLOR PALETTE RECIPES.
I love using up scrap polymer clay and there’s no better and easier way to do it than to whip up a few of these scrappy heart pins for yourself, Mom, Grandma, or any of your girlfriends! Try to make them in dozens of colors using up just your scrap clay. You might be very pleasantly surprised. GET THE TUTORIAL.
The phrase “Owl Always Love You” has gone around for years in different forms and usually has a heart covered owl as its character. This is a mini-tutorial that is a spin-off of the general theme. I hope you enjoy today’s FREE polymer clay Valentine’s Day owl tutorial. GET THE TUTORIAL.
You can never go wrong with a puffy heart pendant for Valentine’s Day. This easy (and lovely) little pendant will whip up in quite the hurry. Don’t miss this free written & video tutorial was done in conjunction with B’Sue Boutiques. While you’re at it, don’t miss her new B’Sue by 1928 line too – it’s super yummy. WATCH THE TUTORIAL NOW.
Three years ago I used to do posts showcasing tutorials from around the internet (this was long before Pinterest became popular and was more for technophiles). So from the 2014 archives … here’s the best of 2014’s polymer clay heart tutorials on the internet. Here’s some of the best (and most popular) that I could find online. Enjoy & feel free to repin them if you’d like. GO THERE NOW.
Thanks for joining me today,