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DIY Clay Leaf Jewelry Dish

This DIY ring dish is my latest obsession.

By: Lynn Lilly from craftboxgirls.com
DIY Clay Leaf Jewelry Dish
DIY Clay Leaf Jewelry Dish
This image courtesy of craftboxgirls.com

Create a crazy gorgeous DIY ring dish with this video tutorial. The DIY Clay Leaf Jewelry Dish is perfect for those of us who absolutely love fall! Nothing quite says autumn like leaves, and you can make a scattering of clay jewelry dishes for all of your trinkets. Grab your favorite clay colors and don't miss picking up a few leaves from outside for inspiration. This is the best easy clay project for fall, and it would make a great gift for your loved ones this year.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsClay, Nature Material

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Easy

SeasonFall

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Air dry clay
  • Live leaves from backyard
  • Craft knife
  • Craft rolling pin
  • Acrylic paint
  • Tin foil 

Instructions

  1. Roll out air dry clay on a clean nonstick surface to a ¼ inch thick.

  2. Remove stem from leaf.

  3. Press leaf into the clay with vein side down.

  4. Cut around the leaf in the clay with knife and remove excess clay, Pull leaf off.

  5. Take tinfoil roll it up and form a circle that matches the size of your leaf.

  6. Then place leaf on circle and lightly press leaf down to form a bowl.

  7. Let air dry for 24 hours.

  8. Leave natural or add acrylic paint.

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