Twinkie Polymer Clay Tutorial

Twinkie Polymer Clay Tutorial


To make this charm all you need
is a really soft light yellow clay. I made this color with white, translucent and some
golden yellow colors. Using a ball of tin foil, roll it all over the surface of the clay to give it the look
of cake. I’m going to use this cookie cutter in the shape of a flower to cut out a bite out of
the Twinkie. Using a pin tool, I am going to dig at the interior of the twinkie to look like cake. Now we need to add the cream filling. I’m going to dig a hole on the top, and two
holes on the bottom. I mixed white with liquid polymer clay and its a very thick consistency. I am going to
fill the three holes with it. Very carefully place it on the tin foil and bake it at 275 degrees for 30 minutes. The last thing I need to do is to clear coat
the charm. I’m going to use two different varnishes. These are acrylic based clear coats
– one is a matte finish and the other is a gloss. I’m going to start by clear coating
the entire charm with a matte finish clear coat. Thanks for watching! Please feel free to write a comment down below,
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49 thoughts on “Twinkie Polymer Clay Tutorial

  1. Of course you can buy some! check out my store on Etsy 🙂 you can find the store on my website at charmingsculpthers (dot) (com)

  2. I bought mine at either Michael's craft store or Hobby Lobby (not sure which one because I go to both often). You could also check out Dick Blick Art Supplies online. My fav online art supply store!

  3. awesome tutorial, thank you! Also, just wanted to say thank you for adding captions, it's greatly appreciated!! <3

  4. Because twinkies have the holes on the bottom where they inject the frosting filling. There are 3 holes actually, but I took a "bite" out of the twinkie with the cookie cutter.

  5. I use some of my acrylic paint varnishes by Liquitex, however I've seen craft varnishes at Hobby Lobby so I'm sure there are many different kinds you could use. Hope that helps!

  6. White clay mixed with the liquid clay 🙂 On this charm I didn't use any paint, only a clear coating at the end.

  7. awesome thx I have a friend nicknamed twinkie bc she lovs twinkies ima make her dis over summer as a present I hope it turns out well n I hope she likes it thx so much 🙂

  8. @AnissaCharms… Auctually, 15 minutes for 1/4 of a thickness. So it's 2/4 which is why you bake it for 30 minutes.

  9. Anissa, maybe you should read the cooking instructions on the package of the clay you use…Premo states 275 degrees for 30 minutes per 1/4 inch, Sculpey 3 states 275 degrees for 15 minures per 1/4 inch (her charm was clearly larger than 1/4 inch). Fimo Soft states 230 degrees for 30 minutes no measurements listed. So DUH on you….she cooked her charm for the correct amount of time.

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