DELIGHT AIR DRY CLAY PROJECT-WALL HANGING!

I had a blast with this project! I made a creative plaque for hanging
above my door so I can see it every time I leave the house. I used the
Delight clay for this project along with 3D Crystal Lacquer and Terri
Sproul Mixers.

First, I rolled out a whole package of the
Delight clay and made a very organic shape with it. I flattened it out a
bit and took stamps and imprinted them directly into the clay (I laid a
ruler down as my guide to keep everything straight) and then went to
town embellishing it! I made a few butterflies, flowers and leaves from
the Delight Clay in molds and then even used the Terri Sproul Mixers
with 3D Crystal Lacquer and made even more embellishments!

Once
the plaque was dry, I filled the embedded letters with 3D Crystal
Lacquer and Terri Sproul purple mixer and they just turned out beautiful! I added
different hues of blues and purples and some glitter and embellishments
and coated it all with a quick spray varnish. I am so happy with how
this turned out! Here are a couple of videos I recorded while making
this project. I will post the beginning video on my YouTube channel also
if you want to see how I used this amazing product!

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3 thoughts on “DELIGHT AIR DRY CLAY PROJECT-WALL HANGING!

    • I hot glued a regular picture hanger you can get from any craft or home improvement store! You can use any glue but hot glue dries fast. i did it one time let it dry and 5 min later again to make sure and it hasnt moved! it hasnt fallen! Show me a pic of yours when done! id love to see it!

      • thanks for your answer! the clay is one i made using sand, so i am just unsure as to what would stick to it well. hot glue may do the trick. a friend suggested epoxy, and another mentioned using a decorative plate hanger… so i have lots of options. this post of yours was one of the first results when i googled “hanging dried clay on the wall – there are not many ideas out there for how to do it! if i figure out the best way for the sand clay, i will see about posting pictures of it on my own blog. thanks again!

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