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Clay Medallion Party Favors

By: Lisa Fulmer from lisalizalou.com
Clay Medallion Party Favors
Clay Medallion Party Favors
This image courtesy of primecp.com

"Use your favorite rubber stamps to deboss air-dry clay medallions, then paint with sheer iridescent paints. It's more than a keepsake from your wedding or party, your guests can use the medallion as a pendant or a fridge magnet."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Beginner

SeasonSpring

Project TypeParty Favors

Materials List

  • Color Plus Air-Dry Clay
  • Iridescent paints
  • Rubber stamps
  • Wood skewer
  • Ribbon

Let your guests pick their favorite image and color, they can swap with each other, too.

Instructions

  1. Roll out clay and cut into circles

  2. Depress a stamp image into the circle and poke a hole through the top

  3. Paint when dry

  4. Print out details of wedding and punch into circles the same size

  5. Thread the paper circle and medallion on to ribbon.

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I tired making something like this but instead of using clay, I used different shapes of stones I used to collect from the beach. Turned out well though.

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