How to Make a sakura (cherry blossom) from polymer clay

Cherry blossoms aren't just special because they're Bath and Body Works' best-selling scent of all time. No, in addition to their delicate floral smell, cherry blossoms are special because they are the first flower buds to open in spring. Spring officially stars when you see the cherry blossom trees bursting into color, and what a wonderful way to celebrate the new season!

If you adore the beauty of cherry blossoms, keep one that will eternally bloom for you by watching this tutorial on how to make a polymer clay cherry blossom.

Use a very light polymer clay for the petals and a darker pink polymer clay for the center.

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