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Knead white bread and Aleene's Original Tacky Glue together with a drop of paint. that's all you need to create this simple clay. The delicate roses in the jewelry set will inspire you to try all kinds of shapes with this easy recipe.

Designed by Pattie Donham-Wilkinson

Materials:
- Aleene's® Original Tacky Glue™

Miscellaneous
- Needle nose pliers
- Slice of white bread
- Jump rings, clasps
- Decorative paper clips in spirals, flowers, hearts
- Acrylic paint (for colored clay)
- Plastic bags
- Craft stick

Step 1: Remove bread crust

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Remove crust from the bread slice, and discard crust.Tear bread into small pieces and put into a disposable cup or bowl.

 
blogan62 years ago
Our school librarian taught us to make these roses with the same recipe, with toothpaste caps as flower pots and pieces of paper clips as stems. My mom still has one I made, 35 years later it looks just great.
caityjay3 years ago
I remember my aunt doing this with us when I was little! I love the idea of using fancy paperclips; that takes out a lot of tedious (imo) metalwork, and it looks really pretty!
foobear4 years ago
cool. We used to make bread dough ornaments when I was kid, with a different sort of recipe. This looks easier. thanks!