DIY Colorful Cone Ring Display

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This project is perfect for using leftover clays and besides you get to show off your rings in a fancy way!

All you need to do is spare 10 minutes (I'm counting the baking time) of your time.

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Step 1: Materials Needed

To make cone ring display you'll need:

  1. Polymer clay
  2. Oven to bake

Step 2: Selecting Colors and Preparing Clay

Select your clay. To make this one I used 5 colors, white, red, pink, blue and purple. You can use as many color as you want, totally up to you.

The amount of the clay also depends on your choice, but since we’re making ring displays so it’s obvious that we don’t need too much clay.

Roll each clay into a thin rope pattern. The length of each rolled clay should be relatively the same but the thickness may vary.

Step 3: Mixing the Colors

This is the fun part!

Hold all rolled clay pieces together with their ends matched. Twist them nicely to mix the colors.

Now roll the twisted clay pieces into a spiral.

We’re doing this to mix the colors together.

Step 4: Making the Cone

Keep rolling the mixture on a clean and flat surface or against your palm to mix them nicely. This will create a ball shape.

And then roll any one side of the ball shaped clay to make the copn shape.

Bake your clay according to the temperature and time noted on the packaging.

Once baked let it cool.

Time to display your rings! I’m totally in love with these ring displays, can’t wait to make more!

HAppy crafting!

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