9 Polymer Clay Creations You Won't Have Thought Of

Polymer Clay Polymer Clay Ideas

It's time to think outside the box! We've found you some unique crafting projects using polymer clay that you won't even have thought of. You'll be amazed at what you can make with this magic stuff.

Polymer clay is one of the most versatile crafting materials you can buy. It's soft, light and malleable, yet it holds its shape and when you're done with it, it's easy to clean up.

In the right hands, it can make all kinds of interesting things, so what are some examples of unconventional polymer clay projects? Let's have a look:

1. You can revamp old mugs and planters with colourful designs.

Polymer Clay Mug

Polymer Clay Plant Pot
Source: SunSprinklesShop

2. Embellish greetings cards for an extra special touch!

Polymer Clay Card

3. Create light switch surrounds to jazz up boring, standard fittings.

Polymer Clay light switch

4. Add toppers to your keyboard keys for a cute way to make sitting at your desk more fun.

Polymer Clay keyboard covers
Source: ReturnKeyCap

5. Spice up your pens! No more standard biros for you.

Polymer Clay pens
Source: BrightClayDesigns

6. Bold cake toppers! Not only can you make cakes extra special but you can re-use them too (and no one has to eat a whole load of fondant icing!)

Polymer Clay cake topper
Source: HomeGiftsLife
Polymer Clay cake topper

7. Create home decor with a difference with some unique draw handles!

Door Handles Polymer Clay
Source: RetroDollHouse

8. Try some funky coasters - so many options with these.

Polymer Clay coasters
Source: AyresByAlice

Polymer Clay coasters
Source: TheClaykery

9. And finally - crazy clocks! What a fab way to upcycle household items.

Polymer Clay Clock
Source: Fairysoosstuff

You might be thinking, "I've been using this stuff for years, but I've never thought of doing some of these projects". Well, we're here to tell you that there's a whole world of possibilities out there with Polymer Clay - you just have to keep an open mind and be ready for a bit of trial and error.

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