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DIY Air Dry Clay Bowls

Learn how to make these DIY Air Dry Clay Bowls that looks just like classic enamelware!

I’ve been obsessed with blue enamelware dishes for quite some time. We use them for camping and I love to style with them as much as I can. Last year I found a vintage picnic set at our local thrift store that has the cutest enamelware mugs and plates. I may become a collector!

I also love working with Air Dry Clay. I’ve made platters, bunny bowls for the girls and little jewelry dishes that I painted with indigo colored watercolors. Calla and I were making some DIY Air Dry Clay Bowls and plates the other day and I was trying to decide how I wanted to add some color when it hit me I should make my own version of the classic enamelware that I adore.

I absolutely love how these turned out! They are so timeless and look great in the kitchen on on a bedroom dresser.

Read more for the full tutorial…

Supplies: Air Dry Clay / rolling pin / exacto or small kitchen knife / pencil / sponge / bowl of water /  dark blue acrylic craft paint  /  varnish

You can head over to this post to get the full tutorial and photos of steps.

Learn how to make these DIY Air Dry Clay Bowls that look just like classic enamelware!

Learn how to make these DIY Air Dry Clay Bowls that look just like classic enamelware!

Learn how to make these DIY Air Dry Clay Bowls that look just like classic enamelware!

Learn how to make these DIY Air Dry Clay Bowls that look just like classic enamelware!

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9 Comments

  1. Thee are gorgeous and I love the white/gold serveware!

  2. Thee are gorgeous and I love the white/gold serveware!

  3. Sometimes the simplest projects are the most beautiful! Love these!

  4. I’ve just bought my first packet of air dry clay last Saturday and I’m blown away by the beauty of some creations like these plates! I just have to find the courage to open it and see what I’m capable of 🙂 off to the tutorial now ♥

  5. These are beautiful! I want to make my own, but have a question: is it possible to actually eat off these dishes? And would they be safe being washing (either by hand or in the dishwasher)?

    Thanks again for the brilliant tutorial x

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