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Making Clay Standing Vases For Dried Flowers

DIY Projects Aug 10, 2021

I’m so excited to share this easy project with you!

I absolutely love experimenting with Sculpey clay, it’s just such a fun and easy medium to get creative with. Today I’ll be sharing a project I have made using the Sculpey Premo range, including some gorgeous new colours that have been released. I always love having dried flowers in my home, and I thought of this super simple way to display them. Read on to see how.

You need

Scukpey clay is available online at the Sculpey website, and also at Spotlight, Amazon and Michaels.

How to

1

Start by finding a clean, non porous surface, I used a marble table but glass would also work.

2

Roll out your clay into a flat thick section. Make sure that it is even in thickness across the whole length. Lightly stretching it out can help to smooth it out.

3

Take your cookie cutter or jar lid and press it carefully into the clay, cutting out a round circle shape. Do another layer if you would like to make your standing bud holder thicker. You can also cut and circle in half and layer the pieces together for an arch shape.

4

Take your skewer and make some holes in the surface of the clay piece.

5

Place them on the baking tray and bake on a low heat oven for 15 minutes, or until when you press your nail into the clay it doesn’t leave an imprint.

6

Remove, let cool and then push dried flowers into the holes to create standing arrangements.

This post is in collaboration with Sculpey.

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