Air Dry Clay Star Ornaments

Air Dry Clay Star Ornaments

Air dry clay is an easy holiday craft that both adults and children will enjoy. You can craft beautiful ornaments to use on your trees and to give as gifts. This clay is easy to work with and no oven will be needed since your creation will dry by being left to sit and air dry.

A simple homemade Christmas is my favorite. Moments spent creating, crafting and diying with the children, creating memories that will last a lifetime. This year we set out to make our own handmade air dry clay star ornaments and they turned out beautifully.

How to Make Air Dry Clay Ornaments

Cookie Cutter
Air Dry Clay
Small Rolling Pin

1. Roll out your air dry clay onto parchment paper.
2. Cut out the shape that you desire and then use a skewer or another object to create a hole at the top of your ornament, so, that you can later add a string to hang it.
3. Allow the clay to completely dry for 2-3 days.
4. Once the ornament is dry, run the string through the hole and hang.

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7 thoughts on “Air Dry Clay Star Ornaments”

  1. I’m not much of a DIYer but I am going to give this project a try. I love the simplicity of these clay ornaments and natural Christmas decor.

  2. Hi Sarah! I love your clean, simple style. I love this project too! Could you tell us how you display the Christmas cards your family receives? Thank you!!

  3. Hi Sarah,

    I love these little stars so much, so I purchased the clay to make some. Apparently, I’m not so "crafty," as I need a little help. First, is the stars you made look white, but the clay I purchased from the link is gray. Does it dry white? Also, how thin should I roll the clay and what kind of string did you use to hang them?

    Thanks so much!

    • The clay that I got was white. I had someone else comment saying that what they got also had a gray look to it. I am hoping that it dries white for you. If it doesn’t you could paint them. I rolled my clay about 1/4 inch thick. The thicker the clay is when you cut the star, the longer it will take to dry. I used white thread to hang my stars. I hope that helps!

  4. Hi Sarah, where did you get your small star cutter. There are different shaped stars too with center too fat.
    Thank you Katherine in Portland, Oregon 12/17

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