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.
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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.
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.
I am so in love with the final products!
I am planning a few girl’s nights just so I have an excuse to wear these fun Geometric Clay rings!
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