Blooming Vintage Rose Clay Keychain

Blooming Vintage Rose Clay Keychain

Blooming Vintage Rose Clay Keychain
Blooming Vintage Rose Clay Keychain
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This Blooming Vintage Rose Clay Keychain is such a stunning craft that would make a truly fantastic DIY gift. Whether you are making this DIY keychain for yourself or for someone special, it is definitely a fun and unique way that you can spruce up your typical collection of keychains. Plus, this rose clay craft pattern would make a wonderful and gorgeous DIY pendant as well. This clay craft technique on how to make roses is a very versatile skill for you to learn, and this craft video shows you just how easy it is! 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening


Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Sculpey Souffle Clay in the color Canary
  • Sculpey Souffle Clay in the color pistachio
  • Sculpey Souffle Clay in the color guava
  • Sculpey Souffle Clay in the color white (igloo)
  • Empty key chain
  • 5 in 1 knife cutting tool
  • Razor
  • Etch and pearl tool
  • Roller
  • Liquid sculpey in white or clear

Blooming Vintage Rose Clay Keychain

Clay Rose Keychain Instructions

  1. For more a vintage look you can mix your colored clay with some white to create a more pastel color instead of the bright color it is. 

  2. Roll a piece of white clay into a thick enough slab to fit inside the keychain. Press you keychain into the clay to leave and imprint. 

  3. Using your 5 in 1 knife tool cut out the clay imprint, and fit it into your keychain. 

  4. Take your etch and pearl tool and make some textures for a background on your piece. 

  5. With your mixed clays roll each of them into a long cylinder, and then using your roller roll those logs flat. 

  6. Using your razor cu a lot of little slices in one of yoru colors of clay. 

  7. Pick up one of your small sliced clay pieces and flatten it using your fingers. 

  8. Roll your small flattened slice up to act as the center of your rose. 

  9. Flatten another piece of same color clay, and bring it around the outside of your center. 

  10. Repeat step 9 until your rose is as large as you would like it. 

  11. Use the liquid sculpey as a glue and make a small pool where you would like to place your rose. 

  12. Using your etch and pearl tool, pull out your rose pearls to make your rose look bloomed. 

  13. Repeat steps 7-12 with your other two colors of sculpey clay to create your other two roses. 

  14. To create the blossoms underneath your roses, roll your igloo clay into one long think strand. 

  15. Cut small pieces of your igloo using a razor and roll them into small balls. 

  16. Using the end of your etch and pearl, pick up the buds and drop them into place underneath the roses. 

    *Optional: you can place a small divet into the center of your bud with the other end of your etch and pearl tool. 

  17. When you are finished decorating put your keychain in the oven at 275 degrees and bake it right in the keychain finding. 

  18. When your piece has cooled you can pop your keychian back out and then superglue it back into your keychain. 

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This is a beautiful thing. I would want to make the roses and have them secured to a pendant or even a storage box for a lady's trinkets. This is really a neat project that creates lovely roses. I'd love a set of tiny rose earrings made in this way too. What would you like to make other than a key chain?

this is so pretty and looks like fun to make. Question can you use regular Sculepy instead? I have that already and won't be able to get the kind you are using for a long time.

Regular Sculpey would absolutely work for this project! Just make sure you follow the baking instructions for your particular formula. Enjoy! We made keychains with Sculpey together at the office and it was so much fun!

How lovely is this Blooming vintage rose made from clay. I have tried to use sculpey clay to make a figurine before only to give up because it did not turn out at all but never seen this being done on jewelry before. This is so pretty and I love the vintage look too. The color on the roses looks so real. I would wear one of these as a necklace. What a lovely gift this would make for mom for Mother's day. Great video. Thanks.

I need to get some Sculpey. I couldn't imagine using this for a key chain. Maybe a pendant like mentioned or a broach. This would make lovely Mothers Day gifts. I haven't used Sculpey for anything like this before. Could someone tell me, if you were to make this as a key chain, does it really hold up to the abuse we give our keys?

Aww how cute, #NationalCraftMonth2017

Wonderful video! I would like to try this!! NationalCraftMonth2017

This is beautiful and I think I could make it. #NationalCraftMonth2017

#NaionalCraftMonth2017 Beautiful!!

I really need to get my clay out and get crafting with it again,thank you for the inspirational video. #NationalCraftMonth2017

LOVE this keychain!! TFS!

#NationalCraftMonth2017 Love this, but too small and detailed for my arthritic hands.

Very clear, easy to follow video. Enjoyed it! #NationalCraftMonth2017

#NationalCraftMonth2017 This is so pretty. I haven't tried this clay yet.

#NationalCraftMonth2017 Pretty clear demonstration. Thanks

fun! -) #NationalCraftMonth2017


This is really lovely. Reminds me of these knick-knacks my aunt had, and a small jewel box she had with these relief flowers. Thanks for sharing. #NationalCraftMonth2017

I've always wanted to try clay modeling. Looks amazing! #NationalCraftMonth2017

beautiful! #NationalCraftMonth2017

This keychain is so pretty and would make a wonderful gift. I was recently able to make a clay keychain using Polyform clay and it was so fun! It also looks surprisingly chic.


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