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How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookie Buttons


Learn how to make Chocolate Chip Cookie Buttons from Candace Jedrowicz that look good enough to eat. Polymer clay projects are simple enough for beginners but look seriously impressive. In less than 10 steps you can create cute and simple clay buttons.

Take a small amount of clay and insert it into a round mold. Press the clay until it takes shape. Create a shank using a 1" piece of 20 guage wire. Insert the shank into the wet clay. Remove the clay from the mold and bake. To make the chocolate chips, simply mix acrylic paint and Aleene's Paper Glaze. Use a toothpick to create dots on the surface of the button.



For a step-by-step photo tutorial of this project, check out Polymer Clay Cookie Buttons.

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