How to make a Magnetic Succulent Planter with Polymer Clay

How to make a Magnetic Succulent Planter with Polymer Clay

Don't you love succulent plants? They are so easy to care for and need very little water which makes them perfect for planting in polymer clay. Polymer clay is waterproof so the water won't harm your clay. I show you how to make the cutest magnetic succulent planter today on Polymer Clay TV. Once you learn the technique the sky is the limit! Make them in all sizes and shapes they are so fun. Did I mention they are easy too! You don't need a lot of clay or tools just your imagination. Watch the video below and don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss anything. 

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These are too cute!!! My grandma would adore a few of these.

Eden Moore

glad i found you. thanks for sharing this magnet project. cant wait to read the blog. take care.

Mariruth Brown

Will it work if I just make a whole bowl and then put it in the oven for a short cured and after it cools down cut it in half? Has anybody tried?

Eva Heaberlin

These are so cool!

Debbie Beechy

Super cute! Will have to make these for the girls in the office!

Sue Duffy

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