Patty The Panda Polymer Clay Panda Pendant

Deborah Liu | Mommy School

This panda charm is extremely easy to make.  It takes less than 10 minutes from start to finish. 


  • Polymer clay - black, white, red
  • 1" eye pin 

Start with a 3/4" block of white clay for the head.  Also set aside a couple small balls of red and black.  

Roll the white into a ball.  Then press down into a flat disc.  Split the black into 5 pieces.  Two small balls are made into balls for the ears, and the larger balls for eye patches.  And keep a tiny bit for the nose.

Place the ball on the table and press down on one side.  Then adhere to the back of the head.  

Press the eye patches onto the front of the face. Then add the nose between the eye patches. 

Press a pen back into the eyes and add a small ball of white into it. 

Create a bow out of the red with two teardrop shapes pressed together in the middle. Add a dot of red in the middle.  

Press the bow on the panda bear ear.  Insert the pin onto the top all the way down. 

Bake at 275 degrees F for 15 minutes.  Be careful not to overbake. 

Thread a ribbon or cord through the eye pin. 

Categories: Kids Crafts, Clay
Tags: clay, kids-crafts, polymer-clay