8 Gorgeous Bowls That You Can Make Using Air Dry Clay ...


Air dry clay is probably one of the most awesome materials you can have in your DIY arsenal. Not only is it perfect for making cute sculptures (without the hassles of baking), it is also wonderful for forming beautiful bowls. Here we have 8 bowl designs made of air dry clay. Most of them are perfect for storing jewelry on top of your dresser. Some are great projects for serving treats at a kid's party. Let's check them out and happy bowl-making!

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Bear Candy Dish

Bear Candy Dish Eeep, how cute is this DIY air dry clay bowl? The first step to making this cute bear bowl is to make your pattern. You can freestyle yours with any bear form you like. Yours can be a bear sitting down or in any position other than standing. You then form a bowl using this template. Let dry on top of a platter or a shallow bowl.

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Stamped These are some gorgeous bowls. It's hard to believe that these are made of air dry clay and that you can make something similar in your own home. You will need stamp in nice patterns, ink pad, sand paper, a rolling pin, and a knife for this project you will also need bowls that you can use as mold. To make the pattern, you simply stamp the rolled clay before you let it sit to dry. Easy and fun, right?

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Air dry clay is a type of clay that does not require a kiln or oven to harden. It can be found in many craft stores and is a great way to get creative with your projects.

Air dry clay is relatively easy to use and can be used to make a variety of items from jewelry to bowls. To make bowls, you will need to roll out the clay and then use stamps to add patterns and designs. The clay can then be left to dry for a few days before it is ready to be used.

The bowls featured in this article are made from air dry clay and can be made in your own home. The project is relatively easy and requires minimal supplies. You will need stamps to add patterns, an ink pad, sandpaper, a rolling pin, a knife, and bowls that can be used as molds.

Once the clay is rolled out, you can use the stamps to add patterns and designs to the clay. After the clay has dried, you can use the sandpaper to smooth out the surface of the bowls. The knife can be used to cut the clay into the desired shape.


Lucky Clover

Lucky Clover Gold and four-leaf clover? This is the perfect DIY air dry clay bowl project for a lovely Irish (or Irish-at-heart). This bowl is tiny and is perfect for jewelry. You can make yours bigger, of course, by making a large clover template. The gold effect is accomplished using gold leafing finish. You can get a jar or tub from your local craft store.

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Geometric This is a DIY air dry clay bowl that you can freestyle and make in any form you like. As long as you cut the exterior section of your bowl to form a geometric design, your bowl will look trendy and cute. Take note, you will want to make the geometric effect after drying the bowl for about 24 hours.

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Bunny How cute! This one looks perfect for an Easter party but it can be an all-year candy dish as well. To make one, you roll the air dry clay and cut a circular piece. You then add long oval pieces for the ears. Place inside a glass bowl that you will use as mold. Let dry overnight. Sand the edges and then add the face details using Sharpie.

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Copper Trimmed

Copper Trimmed Adding metallic trim to air dry clay bowls can be accomplished using Sharpie or leaf finishing. The former will give you a more precise look. If you're feeling adventurous, however, adding copper leafing to the circumference is the best way to go.

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Marbled How pretty! This is a fun DIY project using nail varnish. To get the marbled effect on the bottom of your air dry clay bowls, you drop nail varnish in different hues to room temperature water. You mix the droplets using toothpick to get a marbled look. You then dip your bowls into the marble pattern, lift, and let dry. It's that easy.

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Constellation I love anything with a constellation design so these DIY air dry clay bowls are my favorites. You can make yours by forming a bowl, letting it dry, sanding the edges, and then painting the constellations. One constellation per bowl should be perfect.

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I don't know about you but I am on my way out to get some air dry clay. By this time tomorrow, I'll have some pretty DIY air dry clay bowls to show off.

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