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Jelly Donut Tutorial

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:police:**PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU WANT TO POST MY IMAGES OR THIS TUTE ON A BLOG/WEBSITE!**:police:

I'd like to have a link to all the places where this tutorial may be featured. So please just shoot me an e-mail at kittykat477@yahoo.com or a NOTE here on deviantart before doing so. Thank you very much.

Sorry this took so long everyone ^^;
Everything has been so...hectic. Finals are this week but I finally got this tutorial up and ready for you.

:donut: So here is my jelly donut tutorial. I know you guys were really looking forward to this one. :aww: :donut:

Enjoy. If you make something with this please link back here so more people can learn how.

Other Tutorials:
:bulletpurple: Bowl: [link]
:bulletpurple: Candy Apple:[link]
:bulletpurple: Cupcake: [link]
:bulletpurple: Lolli Pop:[link]
:bulletpurple: Bowl of ice cream:[link]
:bulletpurple: Plate: [link]
:bulletpurple: Breakfast: [link]
:bulletpurple: Sushi Cane [link]
:bulletpurple: Jelly Donut: [link]
:bulletpurple: Chocolate [link]
:bulletpurple: Pancake [link]

To learn more about polymer clay and how I make my items check
My FAQ:
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Or my Polymer Clay News Articles:[link] [link] [link]
Check out my gallery for more yummy polymer clay treats: [link]
Or my ETSY shop: [link]


Deviations made with this tute:
:bulletred:*SarahRose[link]
:bulletred:*Mahkohime [link]
:bulletred:*Cat-The-Rawr [link]
:bulletred:~Cinnamonster [link]
:bulletred:~citrus-wedding [link]
:bulletred:~TUSIOR [link]

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HelloUrAmazing's avatar
HelloUrAmazingProfessional
OMG DONUT <3333333
amber1700's avatar
amber1700Hobbyist General Artist
I just love your tutorials! 
They're so helpful and inspiering :3
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ThePetiteShopHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Does that glaze dry fast? and where did you purchase it? (: Thanks :heart:
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chat-noirStudent Artisan Crafter
I bought this glaze from Home Depot, but you should be able to find it at any hardware store. (I think some craft stores carry it too.)

It has a similar dry-time to the Sculpey glazes, but it's a little thinner.
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ThePetiteShopHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks for your help (:
shalowater's avatar
cute!! can you make sugar from soft pastel instead of charcoal or will regular white chalk work?
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chat-noirStudent Artisan Crafter
:nod: White chalk can work too, it's best to use harder chalks and pastels. The softer it is the more likely it'll blend in with the glaze.
shalowater's avatar
ok thank you. love your tutorials.
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SephintaHobbyist Digital Artist
Cute! Thanks for the tutorial!
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Rylee211Student Artisan Crafter
I dont get it.... 'puck line shape'?
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chat-noirStudent Artisan Crafter
That is a very old tutorial and I am very sure that is a typo. ^^; I meant to say "puck like shape" like a hockey-puck. Sorry about that.
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How do you keep the sugar on top after the glaze dries? Does all of it stay or does most of it flake off?
Also I made this: [link] with your tutorial!
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chat-noirStudent Artisan Crafter
The glaze I used was really thick, so after I get the initial powder to stick to the charm (after it dries of course) I put a second layer on in a stippling motion. This helps seal the powder on the charm and prevents it from flaking off. An easier way is to spray a clear glaze on top after the initial powder sticks to the first layer of glaze. (I would try this, but I don't have any spray sealers)

I still have charms made with this technique and none of the 'sugar' has come off yet.
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Ah that's cool, I've been looking into finding where the spray glaze is sold. I've seen people use vanish, maybe that'll do? I dunno, I don't want to ruin any of my charms trying to experiment with something that might not work and would be a complete waste of money and time, lol.

I'll have to try the stippling though, it takes a lot of coats of the Sculpey gloss glaze before it gets thick and shinny how I like it. Maybe next time!

Thank you
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seasfairytaleProfessional Traditional Artist
thanks for the cool tutorial :)
i made one donut with it: [link]
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chat-noirStudent Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much, I am glad you were able to use it :aww:
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seasfairytaleProfessional Traditional Artist
:)
it's really great :D
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Llama-LloonHobbyist Artisan Crafter
I made some! [link] Thanks! :aww: But my chalk pastel didn't seem to stick that well to my glaze.. I think my glaze wasn't very sticky :P
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chat-noirStudent Artisan Crafter
It seems certain pastels work better than others. The one I used in this tutorial was very hard (drawing charcoals have different grades of softness) the harder the grade the less-likely it will blend into your glaze. For this charm I use a really thick glaze too, either the Sculpey gloss or Triple Thick brand gloss.
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Llama-LloonHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oh right! Thanks so much! :la:
angelielle's avatar
Question! o.o ! the glaze has no scent right? >:D
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chat-noirStudent Artisan Crafter
:nod: It has no scent, it might smell a little when wet but when dried there is absolutely no odor.
angelielle's avatar
alright.. thank you very much ^-^
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ztinizzHobbyist Traditional Artist
I made this :D
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