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Pop-Tart Tutorial!

Updated: Feb 9




Hello, nice to see you again.


Do you remember this picture?

Patience is cutting hundreds of sprinkles one by one.

As I mentioned in that Instagram post, I was working on a tutorial and I am very pleased to announce that the tutorial is ready and you can choose the language from: English, Spanish and Italian.


I took the cue from my "30 Day Polymer Clay Food Prompt" list (plus some Pinterest pictures were making me seriously hungry!) with the intention of continuing making the food on the list, maybe with some minor changes, and turning the projects into tutorials so you could jump into the experience of making them with me.


How does that sound?


I also baked the real pop-tart, how cute is it?!

I'm also very excited because I baked the real pop-tart for the photoshoot and it looks so cute! I live my life very intensely, like a child, what can I say? Haha. It was my first time baking pop-tarts so, I'm very proud I didn't mess them up ^_^ They didn't last very long, my partner Alex loves them.





In this tutorial you'll see me create miniature strawberry pop-tarts, both whole and part-eaten with strawberry jam oozing out, but of course you can make them in any scale you want.


The tutorial includes:

- A full list of tools and materials

- Step by step instructions with mouthwatering photographs

- Lots of tips on baking and making sprinkles

- Two ways of making the filled pop-tarts

- Instant download, no special apps required!


The tools and materials I use are suggestions based on my experience and what I like to use, this doesn't mean they are the only ones that work or that will you allow you to achieve amazing results.



You don't need to go buying a needle tool for example, if you have a safety pin at home you can use. I used a safety pin for years (and still do) before I even bought what some people would regard as a "proper" needle tool, just because it has a handle. Yes, it is more ergonomic. But it doesn't mean that you can't achieve amazing things with a safety pin.


Feel free to use your own fail-safe tools and materials wherever you need to.


I am not here to order you how to make them, this is not a "paint-by-number" experience; but to guide you.

I hope you enjoy the tutorial!

Thank you for reading and I'll catch you next time, Lots of love,

Mai







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