Clay Medallions


Supplies Needed

  • Air dry clay
  • Large cookie cutters of your choice
  • Acrylic paints–again, your choice
  • Paintbrushes

Directions

  1. Roll or pat out the clay until it’s fairly even and about ¼ of an inch thick.
  2. Cut out your design or free hand something unique.
  3. While the clay is still wet, try using embellishment tools (fork, popsicle stick, toothpicks–use your imagination!) to enhance your design.
  4. Let your design dry for 24 hours and then paint.

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15 Jan 2020


By BREC Art

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