Polymer Clay Rose Ring

3 Materials
2 Hours

This rose ring is a statement piece that can be made in any color. I used FIMO polymer clay and a metal ring base to sculpt this cute floral ring.

Materials needed

Polymer clay like FIMO

Metal ring base

E6000 glue

Make the center of the rose

Start by taking a small marble sized piece of clay in your hands and rolling it around to warm it up. Once it is very malleable press it into a pedal shape. Roll it up on itself to create the center of the rose.

Add pedals

Make more pedal shaped pieces of clay and press them around the center piece of the rose

Build up the flower

Continue adding pedals until the rose is as large as you would like it.

Cut the bottom of the base

At this point the base of the ring should look something like this. Take a knife and gently cut the bottom of rose where the excess clay is off.

Bake the flower

Place it in a pyrex dish and bake it in the oven according to the directions on the packaging. Once your flower has cooled you can attach it to the ring base. The bottom of your rose will look like this.

Add another small piece of clay to the base

Take another very small piece of clay and press it onto the bottom of the flower. Poke holes in it with a pin. This helps the glue stick better so it is securely attached to the ring base. Bake again to harden.

Glue on the metal ring base

Use E6000 glue to adhere the metal ring base and let dry completely.

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Adrienne Carrie Hubbard | Crafty Little Gnome
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