These spooky cameo pumpkins, made using polymer clay, are inspired by vintage Wedgwood jasperware.
Halloween Goes Grandmillenial!
You can make a two-tone version with two different colors of polymer clay.
Or keep things simple with just one color!
silicone molds polymer clay wax paper rolling pin baking pan parchment paper toothpicks & plastic spoon cornstarch or baby powder small pumpkins & gourds spray paint & primer hot glue
Knead polymer clay until it's soft. Press or roll out into thin sheets.
Press small pieces of softened white clay into the mold.
Use a toothpick, if necessary, to work into small crevices.
Press a flattened piece of blue clay into the mold to complete the design.
Turn the mold over and gently press to release the cameo design.
Bake clay pieces on a parchment-lined baking sheet, following the manufacturer’s instructions. Allow to cool and harden completely before removing.
Prime and paint plastic pumpkins and gourds with spray paint.
Hot glue baked cameos onto painted pumpkins and gourds.
Use different molds and spray paint colors to make multiple spooky Halloween designs.
Get the full tutorial, plus a how-to video, for this Halloween craft at the link below.