Monday, May 9, 2016

Disney Inspired Sweet Treat Charm

With our Disney trip coming up, we have been in all things Disney mode. Today I want to share with you this simple cute cupcake charm.

I used scupleys clay and a package of their tools. Which I do recommend buying. I purchased a 10 pack, tool set, and a strand of beads for another project. I spent $18 at Joanns. (Tip: the clay is $19.99 and my total was less than that. Joanns takes competitors coupons and theirs. So I used a ac Moore for 55% and a Joanns for 50%.)

Below are the items I purchased.

Next was the fun part of creating. I've done a diagram of each step to give you a visual of what I did. I'm going to show you my Belle inspired cupcake. 

First I took some yellow and shaped it into what somewhat looked like the bottom of a cupcake. (I did about 1/8 of an inch thickness) Next I rolled some brown into a worm looking shape for hair. I then molded the two together. After that I used one of the tools to make lines on the bottom to make it look more like a cupcake. Step five I made two small balls and another small worm out of the yellow.

Alright now to step six, I added the worm shape from one corner to the next of the bottom of the cupcake to make a smiley face. In the corners I added the balls I made and patted them down a bit. I then took the tool to add a few lines. Step 7, I rolled another small worm in red and rolled it up to resemble a rose. Then add to top of the cupcake off to the side. Last step I added glitter and a jewelry eye hook to make it a necklace. Follow clay instructions for baking. Then you have the perfect charm for any necklace.

And the finished project on my princess.

And some other sweet treats I whipped up. You can get as creative as you like and make all your favorite characters.

I've got 99 problems, but Disney sweet treat necklaces aren't one...

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