Aren’t these gorgeous?! And seriously, the process is so easy to follow, you’re going to have a stack of these bowls in no time. What to do with all your bowls? Keep them on your bedside table or near your front door for your keys/jewels/watch. Put it in your bathroom with some pretty soaps in it or just use them as decoration anywhere in your house. Plus this would make a really lovely gift - you should be able to get a few bowls from a packet of clay, meaning you’ve got a cheap gift that looks a million bucks!
Air Dry Clay or Cold Porcelain is so fun to use - like playdough but it air dries hard. I was a bit dubious of how easy it was to make but all you need is glue, cornstarch, lemon juice and baby oil… and a microwave! You can dye it any colour you want, which means you’re going to save money on buying lots of different colours. Have a look back through the archive for lots of projects you can create with your new DIY dough!
Hairclip “Lavender and lilac” made from air dry clay. Length: ~2.6 inches
Light, bright, fabulous hairclip with pink flowers of lilac and dark purple
lavender. Perfect accessory for creating a romantic image. Made from
air-dry clay from start to end by my hands, petal by petal. No two
pieces will be exactly alike. Like a real flowers! Not fragile! They are
very lightweight and beautifully semi-transparent.
♥ All of my items are designed and carefully handmade by me. ♥
Make air dry clay pendants that absorb essential oils. The oil is placed on the side of the pendant that doesn’t touch your skin or clothes. *Lots of answered questions in the comment section at the link.
The other day I featured a project on how to make your own air dry clay - well here is a project to use that air dry clay! What a cute tray, perfect for holding your jewels and make you smile first thing in the morning. This would also be really cute as a wall decoration for a kids room!