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Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring

This Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring from Candace Jedrowicz looks good enough to eat! This no-cal treat will surely draw compliments. Polymer craft ideas can work for a variety of mediums including jewelry crafts, so take a chance and get creative.

Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring


  • Aleene’s Collage Pauge – glossy
  • Polymer clay – dark brown
  • Polymer clay molding medium
  • Polymer clay mold of tiny Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup
  • Colored foil
  • Spritz bottle
  • Paint brush


  1. Polymer clay molds are quick and easy to make. Make sure that your candy is cold before molding and follow the directions on the package. Molding tip: Try to make the molding medium about 1/4″ thick on the sides and bottom. It will make removing the clay from the mold easier.

    Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring
  2. Condition a small amount of clay and roll into a ball. The ball should come above the rim of the mold a bit.Spritz the mold and push clay firmly into the mold.Turn the mold over and push the bottom until the clay pops out.

    Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring
  3. Create a small flat-ish heart for the top.Recipe for milk chocolate clay: Mix one part white and gold clay with two parts dark brown clay. Adjust as needed. If you intend to cover the heart with foil, use scrap clay to make it.

    Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring
  4. I made my own ring finding, so I put it right into the clay before baking. Bake according to directions.

    Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring
  5. Coat the candy cup with Aleene’s Collage Pauge glossy sealer. Allow to dry. Coat the heart in the sealer as well, then apply the colored foil smoothing the best you can. Hot glue the heart to the candy cup.

    Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring
  6. To preserve the foil give it a coat of the sealer and allow it to dry.

    Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring
  7. Think of the possibilities! These are some variations I came up with.

    Polymer Clay Chocolate Ring

For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make a Polymer Clay Chocolate Candy Ring.

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