Polymer Clay Chocolates with Sandy Huntress

Learn to create realistic-looking chocolates from polymer clay. Make a variety of chocolates, fillings, and toppings, and learn to create "bites" from the chocolates.
Polymer Clay
Adv Beginner

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• Premo! Sculpey clay: one package each of Burnt Umber and Black
• Small amountsPremo! Sculpey clay in Ecru, Raw Sienna, Fuchsia, Translucent and White
• Translucent Liquid Sculpey
• Chalk pastels in rust red and dark brown
• glass or tile surface to work on
• 2 Popsicle or craft sticks
• rubber or silicone clay shapers
• 1/8-inch ball embossing tool
• clay blade
• craft blade
• pasta machine or clay rolling pin
• clay-dedicated cheese grater
• 2 small plastic or glass bowls
• ½ inch circle cutter
• needle tool
• small craft brush

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Sandy  Huntress

Sandy Huntress

Sandy has rarely met a craft she didn't like, and has all the gadgetry to prove it. You’ll often find her in her sewing and crafting room where she designs and makes jewelry tutorials, sculpts polymer clay dragons, beads, charms and dolls, sews garments, quilts & home decor and even makes the occasional scrapbook page, card or paper craft.

Sandy has often been asked to teach her crafts, and has found she loves doing so. It is her hope that with every lesson students will not only learn the details of how to do a technique or a project, but will come away enriched and inspired to take...
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