Polymer hearts are simple icons that are easy to make. Broken, mended, sugary, romantic, bleeding, tattooed…they come in many varieties. Being easy to make doesn’t have to mean boring. Here are a few hearts with heart.

Louise Fischer Cozzi sells translucent, thin, minimalist pendants that benefit the Heart Association on her Etsy site. The edges are carefully painted gold. Easy? Yes. Classy? Certainly.

Fairy-Cakes goes for a light-hearted pop art version with a colorful controlled swirl on her DeviantArt page.

Donna Greenberg’s chunky, sparkly mosaics speak of fashion and flair more than love and she has a new line of them. She calls these her bursting hearts. (Thanks to Sarah Connor for the link.) What does your heart look like?

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  • reply Dee Wilder ,

    So many really cool hearts following these links! Have you seen some of Wendy Wallin Malinow’s freaky hearts in her etsy shop. They drip with jeweled blood and are to DIE for!!

    Thanks for the Monday morning jumpstart!

    • reply Anita Brandon ,

      So nice to see a virtual parade of such cool hearts. The superswirl and colors of Fairy-Cakes swirled heart especially goes right to MY heart.

      • reply Donna Greenberg ,

        Thank you for posting my heart pendant. While I do hope to purvey fashion and flair as you say, my original large copper and gold pendant was done in honor of my 33rd wedding anniversary. My own heart was bursting with love that morning so I went to the studio to make it and wear it that day.

        • reply terri ,

          Thanks for the wonderful daily e-mails.

          Fairy-cakes states, below the image to which your link takes me, that she bought this clay pendant rather than making it. Just wanted to point that out. Casting no aspersions, just adding clarity!

          Blessings to all my fellow polyclay artists out there!

          • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

            Terri – OMG! I totally missed that. Thanks for your eagle eye and kudos to the swirl artist, whoever he/she may be.

            Cynthia

          • reply April Blue ,

            Love that top heart!Polymer Clay Daily is the best website ever for all things polymer!

            • reply Marlea ,

              Love all of the hearts…gives me a push to start making some myself again, ’tis the season and all that;) The link for the swirled heart says it was made by ebay uk user: beadbabe79 … now why is that name so familiar?

              • reply Mel Parrett ,

                Hi – just to let anyone know I make the swirly hearts – the one pictured by Fairy Cakes – and many more. I’m British polymer clay artist Mel Parrett – yes I was beadbabe79 and am now Melsclay2020 on ebay

                • reply Cynthia Tinapple ,

                  Mel – Thanks and apologies for the goof. I’ll try to correct.

                  ct

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