Heart Cake Tutorial – Polymer Clay

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Today I am going to show you how to make this super adorbs Heeeeeart Cake! Wooooh!!!

So let’s start!

You will need :

  • Any clay you prefer
  • Some tools like tooth picks, knife, (cookie cutter )
  • either : limo liquid or TLS or acrylic colors or deco sauce.
  • Glue and magnet if you want a fridge-magnet

Ok, let’s start now.. that we have all the materials!

Roll out some clay and cut out a circle! With a knife or a cookie cutter.

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Make a ball of clay in a color of your choice and flatten  it slightly.

Than cut out a heart shape! Make sure the cake is tall enough though!

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Place the cake on the circle!

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Then use left over clay  of the same color, flatten it out and cut little pieces which you can put next to your cake, so it looks like you just cut off the fondant part of the cake.

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Now we have to make the little piping bag! Choose the same color that your frosting will be later!

Form a ball and make on side really thin!

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Then flatten out the wider side!

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Then do the same thing for the nozzle!

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Attach the two parts!

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Now it would be time for the oven, if you own deco-sauce or acrylic paint, if you don’t have those, make sauce using TLS and apply it before baking! Here is a little tutorial!

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After baking it is time to add the frosting!

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I painted my design on with a pencil.

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Then I squeezed some sauce onto scrap paper and used a tooth pick to apply the frosting!

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Now we have to make a wrapper for the piping bag! I used a small plastic bag I found.

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I cut out a square from one side, that placed it onto the piping bag to check the size. Do this until you’re happy with the size!

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I applied some glue to make the wrapper stay!

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Wrap it!!

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Tie the bag together using some yarn or other tiny string!

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Add a magnet ! And you’re finished! Add glaze if you want.

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I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!

You can also look on my etsy if you’re interested in this item!

xo

Lola Who

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