I cut a circle from a layer of polymer clay with a cutter I attach a piece of clay to the end of the stick to form a narrow bottom of the cup I use a wooden stick to form a cup I cut off excess clay with a blade I make the bottom with a piece of glass With a damp cloth, align the cup and remove dust. I remove excess clay with a blade I attach the handle to the cup I press the handle with a needle I use a piece of foil so that the stick does not touch the hot surface when baking I make a saucer, cut a circle with a cutter On a wooden blank (furniture handle) I shape a saucer With a wet towel, align the saucer I make the bottom with a piece of glass Cutter align the edges Bake for 15 minutes at 125 degrees Cut marshmallows and bake on glass Bake for 5 minutes at 125 degrees Evenly rolling clay I cut into equal lengths with a blade I form a lollipop on glass using the Dots manicure tool Bake for 10 minutes at a temperature of 125 degrees. I make a texture with a brush I’m toning with a dry pastel Dots form pretzels I use Fimo gel to stick sugar – transparent balls (broths) for nails I bake pretzels on glass for 10 minutes at a temperature of 125 degrees I use the top of the knife tool to make the waffle texture I make a texture with a brush and tint with dry pastel I turn the layer with the blade and wipe it wet with a cloth, so that the metal part does not stick Press to make texture appear I’m tinting with dry pastel Cut into pieces Bake on glass for 10 minutes at a temperature of 125 degrees I’m tinting a piece of clay with dry pastel I put on a piece of glass and cut a cookie with a knife Dots smooth edges I make a texture with a brush I’m tinting with dry pastel Using a needle and a mixture of liquid polymer clay Sculpey and dry pastels in the description there is a link to the video how to make this mixture put on cookies and bake on a piece of glass 10 minutes at a temperature of 125 degrees When the glass cools down, I continue to draw details of the man Re-bake for 5 minutes at 125 degrees After the cup is baked and cooled, I draw a Christmas tree I use a thin needle with a homemade polymer clay pen for drawing I draw gold dots using a mixture of Fimo’s liquid gel and Mika’s powder Bake for 10 minutes at a temperature of 125 degrees I put colorful dots on a still hot cup Re-bake for 5 minutes at 125 degrees I make small cookies – stand for man tint and lay on a piece of glass I make a texture with a brush The needle forms the edges of the cookie I tint and make depressions for the legs With the help of Fimo gel, I glue the man I put in the recesses bake for 10 minutes at a temperature of 125 degrees Sanding a saucer with sandpaper Glue the candy to the gingerbread man with super glue With a knife, I align the edge of the cup and put a piece of clay on the bottom to use less liquid Fimo gel For coffee I mix Fimo gel and dry pastel Mix and remove bubbles I put the mixture in a cup Spread the mixture over the entire surface I put in a candy waffles and marshmallows Re-bake for 5 minutes at 125 degrees Christmas sweets are ready! If you liked the video, I will be glad to reviews! Thanks for your attention!