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drlivinghome
María Vázquez · Dr. Livinghome added this to DIY: Jewelry Tray Takes the Form of a LeafNov 23, 2017

To make these gorgeous DIY trays, we recommend using air-dry clay or polymer clay since neither requires a kiln. Instead, these clays can be air-dried or dried in a regular oven, respectively. I usually work with air-dry clay because it is natural and feels like working with traditional clay. Polymer clay smells and feels different. To be comfortable, you should do this project at a table or a writing desk with a smooth surface, not a rustic wooden one. Don’t worry about stains: You can get rid of them easily with a wet cloth.

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emmmestudio
emmme studio added this to 11 trucos sencillos para mejorar la decoración de cualquier habitaciónSep 13, 2018

MARCATE UN DIY Si tienes tiempo y ten gustan las manualidades, puedes incluir en tu decoración algún objeto que puedas hacer con tus propias manos. ¡Anímate porque luego podrás lucir tus obras de arte a todos los invitados que lleves a casa!

cloo_mayah
cloo_mayah added this to cloo_mayah's ideasJan 18, 2018

To make these gorgeous DIY trays, we recommend using air-dry clay or polymer clay since neither requires a kiln. Instead, these clays can be air-dried or dried in a regular oven, respectively. I usually work with air-dry clay because it is natural and feels like working with traditional clay. Polymer clay smells and feels different. To be comfortable, you should do this project at a table or a writing desk with a smooth surface, not a rustic wooden one. Don’t worry about stains: You can get rid of them easily with a wet cloth.

narine_ghazaryan
Narine Ghazaryan added this to Wish ListJan 12, 2018

To make these gorgeous DIY trays, we recommend using air-dry clay or polymer clay since neither requires a kiln. Instead, these clays can be air-dried or dried in a regular oven, respectively. I usually work with air-dry clay because it is natural and feels like working with traditional clay. Polymer clay smells and feels different. To be comfortable, you should do this project at a table or a writing desk with a smooth surface, not a rustic wooden one. Don’t worry about stains: You can get rid of them easily with a wet cloth.

kcschulz
kcschulz added this to kendraschulz's ideasJan 11, 2018

To make these gorgeous DIY trays, we recommend using air-dry clay or polymer clay since neither requires a kiln. Instead, these clays can be air-dried or dried in a regular oven, respectively. I usually work with air-dry clay because it is natural and feels like working with traditional clay. Polymer clay smells and feels different. To be comfortable, you should do this project at a table or a writing desk with a smooth surface, not a rustic wooden one. Don’t worry about stains: You can get rid of them easily with a wet cloth.

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Mercedes Rodriguez added this to MANUALIDADESNov 12, 2017

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