• hellooo

    i love polymer art so much !!!


    September 27, 2011
    • Laura

      Hi Stella! Thanks for stopping by!

      September 27, 2011
  • Laura

    A warm welcome to all visitors coming from the Totally Tutorials! Please share photos of your pumpkins if you make them! :)

    October 05, 2011
  • Merci pour ce tuto très bien fait!

    October 06, 2011
  • Kay

    I love those. They are so cute. Just started working with clay, so will have to try them. Hope mine turn out half as good as yours. Thanks for the tutorial.

    October 07, 2011
    • Laura

      Hi Kay! Be careful with the clay – it is highly addictive :)
      The making of these pumpkins is really easy and fun; hope yours turn out twice as good as mine ;) Share the pics when you’re done!

      October 07, 2011
  • Hi Laura,

    I just wanted to let you know that I featured your tutorial on my site, http://www.AllFreeBeadedJewelry.com. I linked to this project:

    I would like to know if I can link like this to you, including a photo, in the future. Or if you would be willing to allow me to post projects in full on the site – full credit will always be given to you, of course. Your projects have the opportunity to be featured in our newsletter as well. It would be yet another source of traffic to your blog.

    Once I have two projects on the site I can start a designer profile for you with links back to your blog, store, facebook, etc. Here is an example of one: http://www.allfreebeadedjewelry.com/Jewelry-Designers/Pearl-Blay-Jewelry-Designer

    Please let me know, I would love to work with you further.
    Maggie Kmiecik

    October 07, 2011
    • Laura

      Hi Maggie, thank you for featuring my tutorial!
      I wrote you an email with answers to your questions.

      October 08, 2011
  • your projects r very very very cool n fine in looking,

    dear what is polymer clay? can i make it at home? if yes than plz tell me recipe..

    October 09, 2011
    • Laura

      Hi Atiya! Thanks for your comment!

      I don’t think you can make polymer clay at home – it’s made from PVC and liquid plasticizers. You can choose from several popular brands like Fimo, Premo, Kato, Sculpey, Cernit – ask at your local cratf/hobby shops or search online. I buy my Fimo at local office supplies store (they have a separate craft section).

      As an alternative you may try using salt/cornstarch modeling dough (I’ve never tried it myself), here are some recipes: http://www.theartfulcrafter.com/craft-ideas-nine.html
      A bit messy but looks like fun :)

      October 09, 2011
  • Love it, thanks for sharing.

    October 21, 2011
    • Laura

      Thanks :) Hope you have fun sculpting pumpkins :)

      October 24, 2011
  • It’s pretty.

    I just started the craft using polymer clay. This is a good tutorial.

    October 24, 2011
    • Laura

      Thanks, Yannie. Poly clay is so much fun! I wish you to get your tools and supplies sooner :)
      However this polymer pumpkin project is so simple, you can do it with the most simple tools you have at home while you wait for your pasta machine and accessories.

      October 24, 2011
  • This has got to be the best pumpkin polymer bead design I have seen! I must try it for next Halloween! Pearl

    July 18, 2012
  • Cute, and they could probably work for Thanksgiving too, right?

    September 28, 2012
    • Laura

      I don’t see why not :)

      September 28, 2012
  • Thank you for a wonderful tutorial. Your polymer clay pumpkins are adorable and very realistic. It is quite obvious that you’ve had a lot of experience with polymer clay and also that you’re extremely artistic. :)

    October 07, 2012
  • carrie

    You are so very generous in sharing this outstanding pumpkin tutorial. Thanks so much! Now, off to the Great Pumpkin patch. ; o ) Good luck in your future endeavors.

    February 27, 2013
  • […] noch Kürbiszeit ;-) Und natürlich kann man auch Fimo-Kürbisse machen :) […]

    October 16, 2013
  • […] pumpkin time ;-) And of course you can also make polymer clay pumpkins :) […]

    October 16, 2013
  • Debbie

    Thank you for sharing this, I am going to try them for my village.

    March 25, 2014

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