by Lisa Clarke
An instant download is available via Lisa's blog, Polka Dot Cottage. We recommend you buy it that way.If you've ever been tempted to learn polymer clay, but were intimidated by the long list of necessary supplies, you'll like these hearts. They are simple to make for the beginner, and no specialized or expensive tools are required.
You will learn how to condition clay, apply patterns, form heart shapes, and cure into a hardened pendant via a 6-page image-rich PDF.
You can leave the heart matte, paint on a shiny gloss, or, if you desire a more polished and professional look, instructions are given for sanding and buffing your pendant as well.
This pattern provides a simple way to get your feet wet with polymer clay, without investing in any expensive tools or equipment.