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DSL Craft Corner- Marbled Clay Ornaments

Indiana member Libby and our friend Marissa, who taught us to make this craft

Our Indiana Steps To Independence Class had so much fun creating beautiful marbled ornaments using polymer clay. We made them to pass out as favors for our Southern Indiana Soirée fundraiser. Many of the guests asked how we made them which sparked an idea for a new blog collection…introducing the DSL Craft Corner!

This project is a winner because it is simple, fun, a great way to work on some fine motor skills, the finished product can’t break (!!) and bonus, they are beautiful.

We made ornaments but if you have a big enough cookie cutter you can make them coasters, small ones can be magnets…the list is endless.

What You’ll Need

Polymer Clay- works best with at least 3 colors

Rollin pin

Parchment paper and baking sheet

Cookie cutters

Coffee stirrer (optional)

String (optional)

Preheat oven to 275 degrees F

Marbled Clay Ornament
This is the clay we like best

Take a moment or two to be silly of course.

Roll it up, then roll it out like Megan and Nick!

We used a coffee stirrer to make holes for the string

Add string and a tag, you’re done!

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