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DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay Bowls

It's so easy to work with air dry clay. Click through to find the tutorial for these sweet DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay bowls.

You know I’ve got a thing for air dry clay. It’s so versatile, so easy to work with and dries so well. We decided to make some little DIY stamped air dry clay bowls for Valentine’s Day.

I love the simplicity of the white clay with modern black letters. You could choose whichever words you like, but we were impartial to Love and XOXO.

These sweet bowls will make the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day.

Learn how to make these sweet DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay Bowls. They make such a cute gift!

Here are some of our other favorite air dry clay tutorials we’ve done: DIY air dry clay jewelry bowls, DIY air dry clay platters,  these gorgeous gold and white DIY air dry clay place card holder bowls, and our favorite Easter project to date, the DIY air dry clay bunny bowl!

Read more for the full tutorial for the DIY stamped air dry clay bowls.

Air Dry Clay Bowl Supplies

Air Dry Clay

rolling pin

exacto or small kitchen knife

pencil

sponge

bowl of water

letter stamps

stamp pad

Try this easy tutorial for DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay Bowls.

Steps

1. Roll out air dry clay on smooth surface. Roll to thickness of 1/4 inch.

2. Place bowl top side down on to clay. Cut around the edge of the bowl with a knife.

3. Wet your fingertip with a  little bit of water and rub out any imperfections on the edge of the bowl.

4. Lift off clay gently and place inside the bowl. Press gently to get the clay even.

Learn how to make these sweet DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay Bowls. They make such a cute gift!

5. Now choose which word you want to do and stamp away! Let clay dry overnight, up to a day until dry.

6. Pop out the dried clay from the glass bowl.

Please remember these bowls are not food safe. 

Learn how to make these sweet DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay Bowls. They make such a cute gift!

Learn how to make these sweet DIY Stamped Air Dry Clay Bowls. They make such a cute gift!

photos by Melissa Fenlon. all rights reserved.

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14 Comments

  1. NameSarah says:

    So cute! I’ve been wanting to experiment with clay for awhile and your method of using a plate as a template is brilliant. Gotta try this!

  2. Air dry clay – this is perfection! Would love to add this to a valentine’s diy project round up, if that’s cool with you?

  3. Wow I love how minimal and chic these are! Have just discovered your blog and im so glad i did 🙂

  4. these bowls, plates, etc. are beautiful, and they are WHITE. which air dry clay do you buy. I bought the crayola which says it is white but it is gray. help?! Meg

    1. The crayola will dry white. Our favorite air dry clay is the DAS brand.

  5. These are cool I livein remote area on a ranch off grid and I do a lot of home made crafts to pass the time can you spray these bowls so they can be washed

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