It’s been a while since I’ve worked with clay, but recently I got back into it. Gees, I love this stuff. Do you ever use oven-bake polymer clay for projects?
I made pastel clay ribbon pins for One Charming Party and I have a ton of ideas swirling in my head for what else I can make. Can’t wait to tackle more of these clay projects. Stay tuned.
Visit One Charming Party for the full tutorial and more photos.
Concept, photography, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff.
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It’s cute! I love it:)
wow! great tutorial! cute and easy 🙂
Thank you for sharing!
Me too Tanya- Kelly is always full of good DIY ideas. Thanks for stopping by.papernstitch
these are so cute! I like the suggestion of putting numbers on them for birthday parties. Cute idea.Tanya
Thanks Alexandra and McKenna. 🙂papernstitch
I love this lovely DIY! I would really love to try this out. xx. McKenna LouMcKenna Ryan
So cute! What a great idea.Alexandra Pettinato
Yep. That would do the trick Sherry. Good thinking.papernstitch
How about a child’s/grandchild’s thumbprint in the clay for Mother’s Day?Sherry
Definitely Kelly. These would work for so many occasions…I’m almost convinced they could work for Mother’s Day somehow too. Almost. 🙂papernstitch
These are adorable!! They’d also be super cute with numbers for a birthday party! Love them!Kelly @ Studio DIY
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