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PB+J Polymer Clay Tutorial

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ORIGINAL LOCATION: [link]

Peanut butter is the stuff that fills the cracks of the heart.

Any questions? Ask away!

Enjoy. ^^

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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Misstymountains's avatar
MisstymountainsHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well done! For a more realistic effect, you could even use pastels on the outside for the crust instead of darker clay :)
paperfaceparade's avatar
Thanks, I made this like 7 years ago so my technique has changed a lot since then, but thanks. 
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MisstymountainsHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Np :)
peg1950's avatar
Thank you again for your great tutorials!! Peg :)
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Strawberry-DinoHobbyist General Artist
Followed you tutorial! It's fantastic

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paperfaceparade's avatar
Awesome! Glad you found it useful. :)
FUonxicorn's avatar
Peanut butt her jelly.. Oh gofd. Okay, this is cool.
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QueenOnewMiladyHobbyist General Artist
Looks YUMMY :O
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claymasey98Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
um. well. AWESOME.
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RisaruHobbyist Digital Artist
i am wondering after you put the jelly/peanut butter do you bake it or do you not suppose to bake it ?
paperfaceparade's avatar
yeah, you have to bake it again. =)
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ktistitches77Professional Artisan Crafter
again? At what point is the first bake?
new to clay
paperfaceparade's avatar
Oh, sorry. I meant that you have to bake it. Sometimes when I do stuff that uses TLS, I bake it, then apply the TLS and bake it again. Like with the milkshake tutorial I made. It just makes it easier to apply TLS. TLS needs to be baked in order to harden. It doesn't matter if you do it before or after you do the bread slices. Just make sure that, if you want to use them as charms, you put the eyepins in the bread before baking the slices.
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There is Harry Potter's mark on the bread! lol
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colbyjackchzHobbyist Artisan Crafter
What is TLS? :o
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KatRiveraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
:iconpeanutbutterjellyplz:
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KatRiveraHobbyist Artisan Crafter
:iconpeanutbutterjellyplz:
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this is awesome! :D
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xdeathbybananaxHobbyist General Artist
I think I love you. Just saying :heart:
IchMochte's avatar
Love the tutorial x3 Tried it here: [link]
IchMochte's avatar
Thank you, this was a great tutorial! :3 I can't wait to try this.
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NimElfHobbyist Writer
this is inspiring! now I want some clay to make stuff with...
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