All about dots …

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DIY, JEWELRY, MAGNETS, NAME TAGS, CLAY, COOKIE CUTTER, ACRYLIC PAINT

Earlier I wrote about how I made triangle necklaces and to keep the balance in life ( oh, yeah ) I decided to work with round elements – the feminine symbols – in the next post.

Clay – again, cookie cutter – again and let’s do it! Again! ๐Ÿ™‚

STEP ONE

Roll out the clay – cut it with cookie cutter, or be creative and use something else which has the perfect size and shape. I used a plastic, round shape thing – what is the leftover when you use all the yarn from the roll. Make small holes if you are going to make a medal for a jewelry or if you prefer to make a gift tag.

STEP TWO

Let them dry.

STEP THREE

Painting. I use acrylic paint in pastel colors, but you can decide which color do you like.

STEP FOUR

Let them dry.

STEP FIVE

< If you make a JEWELRY

You need chain, jump rings at first. Put the rings in the hole, and close it when you put them in the chain. I don’t write about how long chain you need to use, because it’s absolut up to you. If you like the long necklaces use a long one like I did and use silver and non- allergic chain, rings and closure so you can surprise with the necklace anyone – who – you think going to like it.

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< If you make dot MAGNETS

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Use a double sided glue for the magnets – which has dots shapes also – and stick together the magnets and the clay dot. It works perfectly for the fridge door to leave funny messages on it. ๐Ÿ™‚

< If you make NAME TAGS

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You can write names or messages on the tags for any occasion. See the holes on the dots and stitch/lace ribbons or strip.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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