What is not to like about this fingerprint Christmas tree ornament made from air drying clay? Anyone that knows me will tell you I am a big lover of creating Christmas ornaments from air drying clay and that I am also a fan of using both kids and adult fingerprints to create keepsake decorations such as these Fingerprint Christmas Tree Ornaments. In the past, we have made fingerprint snowman ornaments and also heart ornaments. I have seen Fingerprint Christmas Tree Ornaments made with salt dough, but I wanted to use white air drying clay.
We LOVE making our own Christmas Decorations from Air Drying Clay. Each year we add to our ever-growing collection of seasonal decorations with more ornaments. I have to say that I do love these Gold and White Air Drying Clay Christmas Decorations. The addition of some gold paint has really elevated them.
This DIY Terrazzo polymer clay ring dish is a simple way of using up leftover coloured polymer clay. You can really mix things up by using different colours. Not only are they really simple to make they look fabulous. Plus Terrazzo is making a real comeback, in fact, I think it might be the new DIY marbling! This would be a really great handmade homemade gift.
If you are a long-term reader then you will know that I have a real passion for clay crafts with kids. These DIY festive clay and cork trees are a really simple make and you do not need any special tools to make these. In fact, all you need is a rolling pin, knife and cardboard, which makes then perfect for making with kids or for your first clay project.
We are a big fan of using air drying clay to make Christmas decorations and festive keepsakes and I am delighted at how these kid made clay mittens Christmas decorations turned out. From experience, I know that as long as we pack them away carefully we can bring them out year after year to decorate our home. perfect Christmas keepsakes to bring out each festive season. ” width=”870″ height=”870″>
One of the best things about Christmas is getting out our Christmas decorations and the things we have made over the previous years. This is why I love making things with clay as they last for years and years. We have selected some festive and beautiful Christmas Clay Crafts for you. Whether they are made out of polymer clay, salt dough or air drying clay they will stand the test of time and look amazing.
We love decorating for Halloween and this super simple clay ghost tealight is a fun craft activity perfect for kids to make. This is a great craft to make with tweens and we have used simple air drying clay here, but you could use homemade white clay too. We think that these ghosties look best plain, but there is nothing stopping you decorating them in any way you like.
I am a big fan of homemade Christmas decorations and these glow in the dark polymer clay snowflake ornaments are super simple to make and kids love them. Not only do these handmade ornaments look amazing and sparkle in the daylight they glow in the dark too. Plus they are fun to make with the family during the holiday season.
These DIY Clay Star Cadle Holders were inspired by some we saw when we were on holiday in Holland. I knew then that we could recreate them using our FIMO Air Light (microwavable) clay or any other clay and finally got around to making them this week. They are perfect advent or Christmas decorations and you can find our tutorial below to make your own DIY candle holders. We made the middle of the star in our DIY clay star candle holders the perfect size for an old box of red Christmas tree candles which were my mum’s (the size that goes in our twirling angel). We have had these candles for the […]
We have another fantastic valentines keepsake for you today with these beautiful heart cutout tealight holders made with microwaveable clay. Yes, clay that you can dry in the microwave. We are totally in love with this stuff and it is perfect for things that are vertical as it is a lot lighter than standard air-drying clay, so there is no droop!
We first used microwave drying clay with our Christmas fingerprint decorations and we totally fell for it, so decided to give it a try for the microwave clay heart shaped ring dish. The microwave clay is much lighter weight that standard air drying clay, in fact is has almost no weight to it, but it is easier to work with for smaller children and it isnt as fibrous as standard air drying clay. A big bonus is it dried a beautiful bright white too.
One of my favorite things about the festive season is trimming the tree. I love going through all of the ornaments and decorations, especially the homemade homes and hanging them as I reminisce about when we made them. This adorable white clay christmas fingerprint ornament is a take on our valentine fingerprint heart ornaments.
We have made corn flour dough before, but using salt, however, I was keen to find a different recipe with more of a smooth texture that was a bit more malleable for the boys to use. We have tried Nurturestore’s 2 ingredients white dough and love it, but we also tried the following white clay recipe and the boys decided that this is their favourite go-to salt dough replacement.