Don’t you just love a cute charm with a simple statement. My daughter and I made these for each other for Valentine’s Day. She wore hers to school and lots of other little girls wanted one too. So we spent another afternoon making more of these necklace charms.
How To | Clay Necklace Charm
- White Air-Dry Clay by Crayola (found in children’s craft section at Jo-Ann’s)
- Rolling Pin
- Rubber Stamp
- Acrylic Paint
- Paint Brush
- Wax Paper
- Choose a lump of clay and knead it in your hands until softened. Add a tiny bit of water if the clay is too hard.
- Roll clay into a small ball.
- Use rolling pin to flatten the ball to form a thin-ish circle.
- Use rubber stamp to press image into clay.
- Use the toothpick to poke a small hole through the top of the clay.
- Use your finger to apply a small amount of water to the image to smooth out any rough spots.
- Let dry until clay turns white.
- Use acrylic paints to paint your charm.
- Make a loop using your wire and thread the ribbon through to create the necklace.