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Clay Sweater Ornaments

10 DIY Christmas Ornaments That Are Made Out Of Air-Dry Clay

Make Christmas decorations more meaningful with your loved ones through crafting using air-dry clay. Air-dry clay is one of the most popular craft mediums for making Christmas ornaments. It is easy and very versatile and your kids will surely enjoy making Christmas crafts. It is also quite simple to shape with cookie cutters. You can …

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How to Make Christmas Village Air-Dry Clay Ornaments

These cute tiny house air-dry clay ornaments make up a Christmas village on your tree. And for a few bucks in materials, you can make beautiful decorations. I’ve been obsessed with making projects using air-dry clay because of its versatility, it’s inexpensive (you can even DIY air-dry clay- check the recipe here), and you don’t …

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Monstera Coaster

4 Beautifully Handcrafted Coasters Using Air-Dry Clay

One of the easiest projects to create using air-dry clay is coasters. And I am summarizing these collections for your inspiration so that you can start with clay projects. Whether you are into funky, chic, minimalist, or whatever your style is, these beautiful clay coasters are something that you’ll love. You can make it for …

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Air-dry clay dish

How to Make a Heart-Shaped Air-Dry Clay Trinket Dish

One of my favourite crafts to make using air-dry clay is a trinket dish. I’ve made a simple round dish with leaf imprints, a leaf shape dish, and my latest is the heart shape dish I made for Valentine’s Day. It’s not so obvious that I’m becoming obsessed with air-dry clay. Well, it’s cheap, easy …

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