Monday, October 26, 2015

Frozen Yogurt Tutorial

Frozen Yogurt Tutorial

It's been a while since I've last uploaded anything, sorry about that!  But this time I have a super cute tutorial (filled with pictures!) I hope you will all enjoy.  Activa Products kindly sent over some Hearty air dry clay to try out, here's what I came up with.

I'm a huge fan of using multiple mediums to get the desired effect and was super excited and eager to try out how Hearty air dry clay worked.  When mixed with a little bit of water, you can make a paste and pipe it out.  It was a little tricky at first to get a "perfect" swirl look so I suggest doing a couple practice swirls first.

Have fun and enjoy this tutorial! Feel free to share your creations with me :)

Frozen Yogurt Tutorial

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