Polymer Clay – Easter Bunny Tile

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Polymer Clay – Easter Bunny Tile

What you need

Polymer clay – any brand – pink, purple, etc. or any color of your choice
Acrylic roller or wooden dowel
Clay knife or plastic knife
Rubber stamps with design of your choice – make sure it has deep set design to press into the clay.
Cookie or Fondant cutters – Squares, circles (optional) – clay dedicated
Acrylic paint – colors of your choice
Paper towels
Magnet or pin back
Work surface – ceramic tile, file folder or wax paper
Oven for baking


This Polymer Easter craft project shows you how to make an adorable Easter Bunny Tile that can be used as a magnet, brooch or pop a hole in it for a funky necklace.


It is recommended to use a clay – only oven (toaster oven).  You can also enclose your project inside two baking pans; clamp closed & bake in regular oven.  Remove once cooled.

Condition your clay by rolling and squeezing in your hands.  Test to see if it cracks when you bend it – that means it needs more conditioning!

Roll the clay into a ball, flatten & roll out to desired thickness with your acrylic roller or dowel (You can also use a clay dedicated pasta machine).

Using your rubber stamp, stamp the clay with your image – be sure to press evenly.  It may take a few tries.

Use your cookie cutter to cut a shape around the image – you can also trim with your clay knife instead.

Bake according to manufacturer’s directions and let cool.

Brush on a thick coat of acrylic paint, making sure you get into the depressions.

Wipe off excess with a paper towel.  You may need to repeat this process.
Let the paint dry thoroughly – overnight is best.

Glaze if desired.  I use varathane – found in most hardware stores.  For small projects, use the clay manufacturer’s glaze.  The bottles are smaller & more affordable!

Attach a magnet or pin back to the back with glue.
Enjoy or give as a gift!
Experiment with different size cutters  & stamp designs for a variety of projects!!!


  1. Es maravilloso. Gracias

  2. Eggcelent!!!

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