Geometric Clay Rings

I have found a new love and it’s called Air Dry Clay!  This is one of my favorite projects that I’ve made in a while!!  I am so excited to sharing these fun Geometric Clay Rings with you today.

DIY Simple to Make Geometric Clay Rings! Delineate Your Dwelling

This post may contain affiliate links.  See full disclosure here.
supply list

White Air.Dry Clay
Acrylic Paint
Crafting Jewelry Rings
Gold Foil Paint Pen
E-6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive

Geometric Clay Rings supplies

The first step is roll a small ball in the basic size and shape you want your finished geometric “gem”.  I let my two balls dry a few hours and they were just hard enough that I could carve and shape them a bit.  If they are too wet still, they will pull and it’s not a good thing.

Clay Rings Cuts
After the geometric gems have completely dried out (24 hours is sufficient for these small sizes), it’s time to have fun painting!  I used my gold foil paint pen and to paint the oblong shape mostly gold with a small spot of pink and orange.  The more circular shape got half gold and half white.

Once the paint had dried, I adhered the geometric gems to the ring bases using E-6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive.  While it dried, I stuck the rings in a small bowl of rice so they would stay propped up correctly.

Clay Rings Dry

I am so in love with the final products!

White Gold Clay Rings

I am planning a few girl’s nights just so I have an excuse to wear these fun Geometric Clay rings!

White Clay Rings

Don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest so you don’t miss any great project ideas!

If you liked this project, you might also like these:

Easy Painted Wooden Bracelet
DIY Painted Wooden Bracelet,

DIY Glitter Watch
Easy DIY Glitter Watch,

Faux Aqua Agate Leather Cuff Bracelet
faux aqua agate leather cuff,

Here are a few of my OTHER air dry clay projects…




16 thoughts on “Geometric Clay Rings

  1. The air dry clay is soooo soft, does it get hard enough that you won’t break or misform it or something if it bumps into something?

    1. You would be surprised, Mary! After even a few hours, you’ll notice QUITE a bit of difference. When it’s something small like a ring, it gets hard much faster. But, yes after a full day your ring will be hard hard hard. I wear my ring all the time!

      1. Thanks so much! 🙂 My daughter wants a mask, but I’d been scared to try it because of how soft it is. So looks like I have a owl to build now.

  2. they turned out great! I’ve never made any clay jewellery but you have given me such an inspiration! I’m going to try it! Stopping by from the pin junkie link party.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *