Geometric Clay Place Card Holders for Design Sponge

Air Dry Clay ranks pretty dang high on my list of favorite craft supplies.  It’s right up there with gold spray paint, so you know it’s near and dear to my heart!  I have a long list of beloved clay projects; Gold Clay knobs, Colorful Clay Animal Heads, Clay Tday Banner, Geometric Clay Rings and a Clay Jar.

Well… I’ve added a new Air Dry Clay project to my list and today you can find it over on Design*Sponge!  Oh goodness, did your heart stop beating for a second like mine?  I’m so ecstatic that I don’t have to hold this news in any longer!

I’m also sharing the full tutorial on my site now.

Geometric Tday Placecard Holder

You can see my full tutorial for these perfect for Thanksgiving, Geometric Clay Place Card Holders.

Geometric Placecard Holder
I love that place card holders aren’t exclusive however, to only holidays or fancy dinner parties.  I’m always jotting down an inspirational quote or bible verse to sit on our windowsill and these would suit that function perfectly, as well!

Geometric Clay Placecard Holder vert
Be sure to head over to Design*Sponge today, for the full how-to!  And don’t forget to say hello, because I’ll be looking for my amazing Delineate Your Dwelling readers! xo

9 thoughts on “Geometric Clay Place Card Holders for Design Sponge

    1. Thank you so much, Jessy! To each their own, but clean and more modern tend to be what I’m drawn to. Thanks for stopping by!

  1. I love these Amy! What an creative idea! I love all things geometric. I’d love to have you share at the Talented Tuesday party Tuesday at 8am 🙂

  2. I absolutely adore all your clay projects, thank you for sharing this awesome one. I’m getting inspired for the Holidays. In fact, I wonder how cool these would work as seed bomb place holders? You use them as place holders then toss them in the yard once done come spring you have new little wildflowers!!

    1. Oh, interesting! Yes, they probably would work to hold seeds for seed bombs. I’ve never soaked them in water to see how quickly they would break apart though. Give it a try and let me know! 😉

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