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Clay Jewelry Holder

Blossom Lady
Feb 15, 2021 01:48 AM

When form and function combine, you've got a winning DIY! This lovely little DIY jewelry holder isn't just pretty, it helps keep you organized too. Air-dry clay is the perfect material to get creative with as you make your own jewelry dish. Use your imagination when it comes to shape and color to really make this piece your own. Add all of your trinkets once it's done, and your accessories will stay neat and tidy.

Anyone else have this “problem” of forgetting what you own if you don’t see it? It happens to me with jewelry: If I don’t see it, then I’ll most likely forget that I have it and not wear it. What I love about these jewelry dishes is that they are super fast to make. Plus, you can choose from a variety of clay colors (there are a ton!) and get as creative as you like. You can monogram them, paint polka dots or stripes, use gold leaf sheets…really, the options are endless. With so many cookie cutters available, imagine all of the shapes you can make! With this in mind, I bring you an easy DIY clay jewelry dish project that won’t take you more than an hour.

Equipment

  • Oven
  • Pencil
  • Rolling Pin
  • Cookie cutters

Materials

  • Oven-hardening polymer clay
  • Gold leaf pen
Clay Jewelry Holder
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