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Polymer Clay Yoda

By: Mary Anne Kochenderfer from
Polymer Clay Yoda
Polymer Clay Yoda
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From the Designer: "This polymer clay Yoda was created using Sculpey Souffle polymer clay. A roller was used to create thin layers of clay for the clothing, and an etching tool and slicer were used to add details to the face. Three different colors of Sculpey Souffle polymer clay were used for this project: Pistachio, Poppy Seed, and Igloo. This is a relatively simple project that requires more patience than skill. The final product is small (see pencil for scale)."


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Materials List

  • Sculpey Souffle Clay in Igloo, Pistachio, and Poppy Seed
  • Acrylic Roller
  • Etching Tool
  • Super Slicer
  • Baking Tray
  • Parchment paper (for baking)
  • Oven or toaster oven (for baking)


  1. Form the head.

  2. Use the etching tool to add details to the head.

  3. Use the rolling pin to roll out clay for the ears, and then the super slicer and etching tool to shape them.

  4. Attach the ears to the sides of the head.

  5. Create a basic peg doll type body shape out of darker clay.

  6. Roll out the lighter clay to fashion the outer coat, including the hood.

  7. Attach bits of pistachio clay to the ends of the sleeves before rolling them shut. Use the etching tool to mark out fingers.

  8. Use more green clay to create two feet.

  9. Attach the feet and arms.

  10. Place the finished figurine on a piece of parchment paper on a baking tray.

  11. Bake at 275 degrees for 30 minutes per 1/4 inch thickness.

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My son may be married and have kids but he also has a thing for Yoda. I made him a crochet Yoda last Christmas and he was amazed. So for this year I think a Yoda made out of clay may just be on the list. I may even try other SW figurines.


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