Beautiful Clay Buttons

Beautiful Clay Buttons

Show off your skills with this fun hand craft tutorial. Beautiful Clay Buttons from Keri Lee Sereika are a perfect embellishment and don't take long to create.

Beautiful Clay Buttons


  • Polymer Clay- Here I used Studio By Sculpey: Buttermilk
  • Water Misting Bottle
  • Stamps - Memories Interactive Circles Large Stamp Set by Hampton Art
  • Acrylic Roller
  • Etch N Pearl
  • Super Slicer
  • Clay Dedicated work surface


  1. Begin by softening and kneading your clay (also known as "conditioning"). Use clay dedicated Acrylic Roller and work surface to roll clay to 1/4" thick. I use a smooth floor tile from the home improvement store so I can roll, cut, shape and bake all on one area.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  2. Use a small spritzer to spray the surface of the stamp lightly with water.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  3. Firmly press the stamp into the top of the clay.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  4. Remove the stamp to reveal the beautiful impression.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  5. Trim the excess from around the image using the Super Slicer or razor blade.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  6. Smooth the edges of the clay to make the button round.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  7. Pierce two matching holes in the top of the button using an Etch N Pearl or other sharp tool. Move the tip around in a small circular motion to create two holes of same size, large enough for ribbon to pass through.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  8. Bake finished button according to manufacturer's directions.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons
  9. Once baked and fully cooled, apply Antiquing Medium using a small brush. Be sure to get into all the crevices.

    Beautiful Clay Button
  10. Wipe the surface using a clean paper towel. Allow to dry.

    Beautiful Clay Buttons


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