Make This: Play Time. Clay Time.

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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.

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Visit One Charming Party for the full tutorial and more photos.

Concept, photography, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff.

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Make This: Play Time. Clay Time.: It’s been a while since I’ve worked with clay, but recently… http://t.co/0K4Iw8TJ5O

Brittni Mehlhoff (@papernstitch)

These are adorable!! They’d also be super cute with numbers for a birthday party! Love them!

Kelly @ Studio DIY

Definitely Kelly. These would work for so many occasions…I’m almost convinced they could work for Mother’s Day somehow too. Almost. 🙂
-Brittni

papernstitch

How about a child’s/grandchild’s thumbprint in the clay for Mother’s Day?

Sherry

Yep. That would do the trick Sherry. Good thinking.

papernstitch

So cute! What a great idea.

Alexandra Pettinato

I love this lovely DIY! I would really love to try this out. xx. McKenna Lou
http://www.lynnandlou.com

McKenna Ryan

Thanks Alexandra and McKenna. 🙂

papernstitch

these are so cute! I like the suggestion of putting numbers on them for birthday parties. Cute idea.

Tanya

Me too Tanya- Kelly is always full of good DIY ideas. Thanks for stopping by.

papernstitch

wow! great tutorial! cute and easy 🙂

Thank you for sharing!

Cheers
Zina (efzin-creations.blogspot.com)

Zina

It’s cute! I love it:)

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Magda
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