Polymer Clay Acorn Tutorial

Posted on November 28, 2013 in Tutorials by Katie Oskin

Polymer Clay Acorn Tutorial

Polymer Clay Acorn Tutorial by KatersAcres

From me to each of you, a blessed and happy Thanksgiving!

In honor of this special day, here’s a little fall harvest project for your Thanksgiving holiday. Make this quick and fun polymer clay acorn today or tomorrow … or bookmark it to come back later!


Polymer Clay Acorn Tutorial


  • Polymer Clay Acorn Tutorial by KatersAcresCut off a 1/8 section of your Premo! polymer clay block.
  • Condition this section of clay.
  • Roll your clay into a ball.
  • Shape your ball clay into a rounded teardrop.
  • Cut a round of a coordinating color of clay to make the top of your acorn.
  • Gently smoosh the round onto the largest part of the acorn.
  • Cut a slice of a leaf cane (get the tutorial here) and flatten slightly.
  • Affix the leaf to the top of the acorn.
  • Add a micro screw.
  • Bake your little creations in a 275 degree dedicated polymer clay oven for 45 minutes.

Another Idea:

  • Polymer Clay Acorns by KatersAcresMake your little creations anthropomorphic …
  • Add some eyes, nose, mouth, and maybe even some bling!

Get Another Complete Project Idea Here

Thanks for joining me today,

Happy Claying,

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