JENNA KATE AT HOME
These air dry clay ornaments are a great project to make, not too messy (easy to clean up anyway!) and can be customized any number of ways. They really could not make it easier.
First things first, roll out that clay! The best way to know when you’ve rolled enough is when the dough looks about 1/4 inch thick. I suggest rolling on top of parchment or wax paper for less mess.
Go ahead and cut out however many circles you’d like to work with from your white clay. To avoid rough edges, use a cookie cutter for even shapes and clean cuts.
Because I’m a bit of a control freak and I still wanted these kid-friendly ornaments to look nice on my tree, I provided the tools necessary to make them look pretty – these stunning cookie stamps.
Using a skewer, paper clip or even sharp pencil, create a hole in which string will go through to hang ornaments. Don’t add the string yet – we want them solidified and completely dry first!
The drying process is an easy one. Simply transfer the cutouts to fresh parchment paper and leave alone for at least 24 hours.
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