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Lime Pie Polymer Clay Tutorial

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If you make anything using tutorials and post pictures on the internet, please post a link to my tutorial with your art and post a link to your art here so I can see it! ^^


EDIT: Haha. Ok, I forgot to tell you what the fingernail clippers are for! lol. They're for trimming the eyepin.

My tutorials:

Avocado Cane (Skinner Blend): [link]
Cake: [link]
Carrot: [link]
Corn on the Cob: [link]
Dumbledore: [link]
Human Feet: [link]
Human Hands: [link]
Key Lime Pie: [link]
Kiwi Cane: [link]
Milkshake: [link]
Orange Cane: [link]
Pea Pod: [link]
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich: [link]
Pepperoni Pizza: [link]
TLS (Translucent Liquid Sculpey): [link]
Tomato: [link]
Treble Clef: [link]
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream: [link]
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thehobbypandaHobbyist Artisan Crafter
used the tut, ty they turned out great :D

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peg1950's avatar
Great tutorial!!! Thank you so much!!!
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claymasey98Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I made these!! You can find them here: [link]

Awesome tute!!
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claymasey98Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
omg this is so kawaii clever... and needs no special clay accessories! salute to you!
XxDaughterOfHadesXx's avatar
XxDaughterOfHadesXxHobbyist Artist
Thanks! this helped soooo much!!!
XxLunaLove13xX's avatar
first try wasnt so bad.. but they werent anything compared to urs thx for the tutorial :D
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jong28Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
nice! :)
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EstefanoidaProfessional Filmographer
I have a question, can I dye the clay with paint instead of have diferents colors of it?
paperfaceparade's avatar
I don't think you can dye the clay with the paint, but you can definitely paint the clay after it's been baked! :)
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phoebellaHobbyist General Artist
How long did you bake at what temperature?
paperfaceparade's avatar
around 200 degrees Fahrenheit, for 15-20 minutes, depending on the thickness of the clay. some pieces might need as long as 45 minutes, but if you keep the baking temperature low, the clay shouldn't burn if you leave it in for that long. you can increase the temp up to about 225 and it'll bake faster, but that means you won't want to leave it in as long.
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phoebellaHobbyist General Artist
Thanks
Cyberbi's avatar
CyberbiHobbyist General Artist
So cuuute (:
JustUnRemember's avatar
JustUnRememberHobbyist General Artist
I loooove your captions. Sooooo much. "So pretty." "Mmm. Pie."

P.S. Sorry for the random comment, but I get kinda whacky at night. :D
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LetsSaveTheUniverseProfessional Photographer
I forgot to mention this when I made it, but thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial!

[link]

Thanks again! :wave:
exeriox's avatar
exerioxHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks for the tutorial! [link]
XxThexRandomxNinjaxX's avatar
These are so freakin' cute! Thanks for the tutorial. d(^.^)b
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LightningMcTurnerHobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the tut! I used it here: [link]
kandeh-korn's avatar
How do you stick an eyepin in without destroying the shape? D:
paperfaceparade's avatar
haha, very gently. it helps if you've frozen the charms for a few minutes. then they keep their shape better.
kandeh-korn's avatar
ohhhhhhhhhhhh, smaaartttt. Yeah, I keep smushing mine XD My mom's like wtfusuckjanet XD;
GennaChan's avatar
I made them.! Fantastic.!
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