Couple Penguin| Valentine's Gift Idea

Zynagyl Molines
by Zynagyl Molines
2 Materials
2 Hours

Happy Love Month! 💗

We are still in the middle of February and if you have not bought a cute gift for a special someone yet this is a good handcrafted present.

This can also be used for wedding toppers and giveaways. Because let's admit it penguins are really cute :)

To start with this craft you just need to prepare the basic color black and white.

We will first make the body of the penguin. Roll a circle and pinch one side then top it with white clay

Then we will make the head.

Cut the white clay into a heart shape before placing it in the head.

Attach the body and head using super glue to make sure they are securely connected.

Then we just add the hands and the feet.

Following all the steps make another penguin to make it a couple.

Roll a tiny black clay to form the eyes and yellow clay for its feet and mouth.

We are also done but to make it cuter we will need to add their winter knitted hats. You can use any color you prefer :)

Roll out your clay using your rolling pin and cover the penguin's head. Cover up until the shape of heart is still showing. You can add designs by creating texture on the edges.

Then followed the same steps for the penguin in pink hat. This can be optional but you can add hearts to make them look like a couple.

Enjoy the rest of February! Linking the video tutorial for more detailed guide.

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  • Deb Schroeder Deb Schroeder on Feb 18, 2021

    Very cute Gyl! The materials list says the air dry clay is home made. How did you make the clay and how did you dye it?

  • Nancy curtis Nancy curtis on Feb 28, 2021

    How do you make the clay there is no recipe

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