If you discover how easy it is to use air-dry clay you will never have to buy small decor ornaments and accessories ever again!

In this tutorial featured on Home-Dzine.co.za I am going to show you how easy and simple it is to make your own decor accessories using air-dry clay.

Step 1: Make the base

Cut off a piece of clay and mold this into a circular shape for the base of your candleholder.  Mine is 5cm in diameter and 5mm thick.  This part will be the thickest part and will provide strength for the layered leaves.
DEZINE, <br>How beautiful &amp; what a fantastic Idea! <br>I've got a ton of wonderful tea lights from an etsy seller, which I bought in the hopes of selling my own painted-glass tea-light holders and giving two tea lights with each holder, which would've given that seller more business as well. Of course, not a one sold. Typical, the only things that sold for me on etsy were vintage items and I didn't ask for Near Enough Money for those items. <br>Ah well, water over my bridge...lol.
I use both Das and Jovi air-dry clay. Janice - www.Home-Dzine.co.za
What kind of clay are you using?

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