Thai Clay Rose

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Introduction: Thai Clay Rose

About: Hello all!!!! A warm Welcome and It's a pleasure to have you here. Art and Craft is my passion .I love experimenting new and creative ideas.

Materials Used:-

  • Thai Clay
  • Oil Paint
  • Clay Tools
  • Artificial Stem

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Step 1:

Use oil paint to give colour to your clay. I've used Yellow colour here.
Blend it properly.

Step 2:

Roll it out and if you have cutters you can use them to cut.
I've used medicine caps to cut the circles.

Step 3:

Now, with the ball tool, give shape to the petal. Just put your forefinger on one corner and elongate it.

Step 4:

Use a paint pallet to dry the petals. This would also give shape to the petal.

Step 5:

For making the bud, take a ball of clay and shape it into a teardrop.

Step 6:

Attach it to the stem.

Step 7:

Start attaching the petals with the help of glue.

Step 8:

For the leaves, mix sap green to your clay.

Step 9:

Roll it out.

Step 10:

I've used cutter to make the leaves.

Step 11:

For the base,roll out the clay and give outline of a five petal flower.
If you have a five petal flower cutter, you can use it here.

Step 12:

With the ball tool, make the ends thin.

Step 13:

Attach the leaves to thin wire.

Step 14:

Apply glue on the base and insert the stem in the center.

Step 15:

Let it dry.

Step 16:

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    What is Thai clay? How is it different from other clays?

    2 replies

    thai clay when dried gives a firm but rubbery feel...its flexible....unlike other air dry clay which when dried becomes hard.

    I will have to get some. I noticed that the things you made seem to have very thin layers of the clay. I wonder how strong it is. If it is flexible it is probably more durable than it looks.

    Yes, I am curious about Thai clay and suitable substitutes.

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