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Project Ideas for All Occasions From Paper to Fabric Volume 1 eCraft Creations
Every flower needs a friend, and with this Ladybug Clay Pot Friend, you can make one yourself. Becky Meverden has designed a cute clay companion that you can hang on a flower pot. Between his sweet smile and adorable spring legs, this ladybug craft is sure to delight anyone who visits your garden. Plus, you'll have a blast putting the spots on his wings. Give flower pots and these little guys to family members and friends with green thumbs.
Learning how to make refrigerator magnets out of polymer clay is doggone simple! Follow this polymer clay tutorial, and you'll create a family of these lovable companions. These dog-inspired polymer clay crafts are cute on their own, but you can also craft a doghouse for them. Becky Meverden shows you how to make name tags for Daddy Dog, Mommy Dog, Sister Dog, and Brother Dog. This set of Dog House Clay Magnets makes a great gift for any animal lover, especially ones who have their own furry families. You can personalize the name tags to match their pups' monikers.
Create charms for jewelry or embellishments for scrapbooking with clay. These Antique Inspiration Tags, which were dreamed up by Marie Segal, show you how versatile polymer clay projects can be. With uplifting words like "Faith" and "Imagine" stamped on them, these tags make wonderful gifts for friends and family. Make a set for yourself so that you can wear them when you're feeling uninspired. The clay used for these tags has a natural, earthy look that works with almost any outfit.
This Clay Jewelry Dish is a cute way to store earrings, pocket change, and much more. These polymer clay crafts can be made in any shape and almost any texture. You can give these dishes a vintage feel by using soft hues and floral stamps. Or, follow a modern trend and create a honeycomb plate. Because these dishes are so portable and useful, they make wonderful gifts. You can also use them as accents around your home.
Whether you're young or just young at heart, clay craft ideas never get old. In fact, you can make so many different kinds of creative and unexpected crafts when you use different kinds of clay. Learn how to create everything from buttons to farm animals with only a little bit of clay. You can gather up the kids and create projects together or take some time to yourself - it's totally up to you. No matter what, you're sure to have an amazing time and create delightful crafts.
Discover simple techniques using polymer clay, Luminarte Primary Elements, and stamps to make these gorgeous Shimmering Clay Tiles. With some color pigments and a lot of creativity, you can learn how to make polymer clay tiles that can be used as embellishments for books, cards and gifts. You can also use these tiny tiles as charms in your jewelry making. There are so many stamps available, that you can make a whole pile of unique embellishments. This project only requires a few steps, and the finished tiles are absolutely breathtaking.
In this Lapis Lazuli Clay tutorial, artist Marie Segal shows us how to make one of her favorite colors with Pinata ink. Follow these instructions to create inexpensive polymer clay crafts that look as though they are made out of a precious stone. This is a great way to add sparkle to jewelry and home decor projects. Use this glittered clay to create beautiful clay beads or make clay canes with a little sparkle and shine. You could even turn a piece of this clay into a lovely pendant or stunning earrings that would be perfect for New Year's Eve.
These No Bake Polymer Cards are a fun twist on a favorite way of sending a greeting. Mailing a paper card to a loved one is a lovely gesture, but you can easily kick the creativity up a notch by making a beautiful card out of clay. Unlike other polymer clay crafts, no oven is necessary to make this stunning project the next time a special occasion rolls around. Use stamps to customize the cards for any celebration, let dry, and share the brilliance.
These Faux Tie Dye Coasters prove that tie dye isn't just for fabrics. In fact, you can get the look of tie dye with almost any crafting medium, including clay. Learn how to make your own coasters by playing with clay. Your little ones will have a blast helping you blend colors as you make a set of these polymer clay projects. With their bold colors and retro design, these DIY coasters are great for summer parties. Mix and match your favorite colors to create funky coasters for a friend or for yourself.
This adorable Peas in a Pod Figurine is fun and easy to make. Follow this polymer clay tutorial and you'll see just how quickly you can put together this darling home decoration. This tutorial also includes several tips on what crafting supplies and technique to use so that this simple project is even easier to make. Made with polymer clay and simple tools, this cute craft is great for little girls and boys alike. It's also a heartfelt, meaningful gift for parents-to-be.
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