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This polymer clay notebook paper ornament is SUPER easy to make and is the perfect way to display memories on your tree! It would also make a really ...
Supplies: white polymer clay playing card x-acto knife or steel blade (like shown in the picture) small round cutter or straw ultra fine point sharpies in blue and ...
Roll out the clay. You can do this using a pasta machine (I used the thickest setting) or you can roll by hand with a rolling pin. Just ...
I used a playing card as a template for the paper shape and used an x-acto knife to cut it out.
I also liked the rounded edges the playing card template gave.
Use the small circle cutter or a straw to cut the three holes. I centered the first hole, then placed the other two closer to the top and ...
Bake the clay piece according to the directions on the brand of clay you used. You could probably use an air dry clay also, but just make sure ...
Drawing the lines. To do this, I looked at a piece of notebook paper as a reference. I left a bigger space on top (about 5/8 inch) then, ...
I marked all of the lines with a pencil and ruler first, so I could erase mistakes.
Mark the vertical line also, using the same technique.
Using a straight edge or ruler, go over the horizontal lines with the blue ultra fine point sharpie.
Yay! It's looking more like notebook paper!
Draw in the vertical line using a red ultra fine point sharpie.
Finished!!! How easy was that? I think I will have my kids write their Christmas lists on them, so I can keep them forever... and remember what their ...
Lastly, I added some hemp string to hang it with, but you could use ribbon, yarn, or anything you think would look best. There are so many memories ...
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