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How To Make a Polymer Clay Blackberry Craft

polymer clay blackberry craft

This polymer clay blackberry craft is fun to make and perfect for identifying seeds that you have planted in the garden this spring.  Let me show you how to make this cute garden marker…

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When planting seeds in the spring it’s super easy to forget what you’ve planted once the seeds are under the soil.  So I created this darling clay blackberry to mark our seeds this year.

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My essentials for clay crafts:

clay fruit process

Supplies that you will need:

clay fruit process

How to Make a Polymer Clay Blackberry:

  1. Form a 2cm purple ball into a cylinder shape, form twenty ½-1 cm purple balls, then form a 1 cm green ball. 
clay fruit process

2. Press the small purple balls all around the cylinder.  Press the green ball flat and shape leaves around the edges.  Attach to the top of the berry.  

clay fruit process

3. Form two indents for eyes with the stylus.  Pierce a hole in the bottom with a toothpick.  Roll two tiny black balls for eyes.

clay fruit process

4. Place the clay blackberry on a parchment lined baking sheet and bake as directed on the package.  For me this was 20 minutes at 220 degrees.

clay fruit process

5. Glue the black balls on for eyes.

clay fruit process

6. Draw a smile with the black sharpie marker.

clay fruit process

7. Add a white dot to the eyes with the paint and seal with mod podge.

polymer clay fruit plant markers

8. Add a toothpick to create a little stake to press into the soil and voila!

How darling are these garden markers?!  You can find the entire clay fruit garden marker tutorial here.  We can’t wait to see all of our little fruit seeds sprout this spring.

polymer clay blackberry plant marker

Polymer clay crafting tips:

  • Work with a high quality product like sculpey clay.
  • Use plastic wrap in an air tight container to store clay.
  • Score where you want two pieces of clay to stick together.
  • Shape cutters work best on a flat, solid work surface.
  • A craft oven is not needed.
  • Bake at low temperatures to allow the clay to set slowly and prevent cracking.
  • You can find clay of all kinds of different colors at Michaels stores.

If you love this cute blackberry garden marker, please help me share it on Facebook and Pinterest!

about heather

Hello, I’m Heather!

I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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