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DIY Flower Clay Jewelry Holder

It’s always fun to get crafting and come out making something cute and functional! This DIY clay jewelry holder is easy to make, inexpensive, and would make a perfect homemade gift, too! Best of all, you can follow these basic directions and still change it up to make it something uniquely your own personality!

DIY Jewelry Holder

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DIY Clay Jewelry Holder

Items Needed:

  • Air-dry clay
  • Rolling pin
  • Flower cookies cutter
  • Bowl or round surface
  • Light grit sandpaper
  • Paint & Brush

DIY Clay Jewelry Holder


Roll out piece of air-dry clay large enough to accommodate your cookie cutter of choice, rolling the clay out to ½ inch thick.

DIY Clay Jewelry Holder

Using your cookie cutter, cut out your shape and remove the excess clay around it. I used a big flower cookie cutter, which rounded really nicely to form a bowl, but you can use any shape you’d like.

If you want to give your bowl texture, use a pencil or paintbrush or other small object and add dots around the center of the flower.

DIY Clay Jewelry Holder

When you’re happy with your design, place the clay on a rounded surface like a bowl turned upside down. Make sure you are laying the clay the way you want it to curve as it will harden as it dries. Allow your jewelry holder to dry for at least 24 hours.

Clay Jewelry Holder

When your jewelry holder is dry, remove it from your rounded surface. Lightly sanded along all the edges to remove any rough edges and give the bowl a really nice finished edge.

Clean off any excess dust that may remain, and then paint in your pick of color. You can add a second color to your textured area or paint it all the same color.

Flower Jewerly Holder

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In the end, you’ll have a beautiful clay jewelry holder that can add a bit of decor to your home when not in use. You can get a big 5-lb tub of clay for about $9. That will make probably about 8-10 of these jewelry holders if you want to make them as gifts (or save the extra clay for other projects). Pick up a few inexpensive tubes of paint in different colors an a single sheet of sand paper and you could make 10 homemade gifts for under $2/each!

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Kimberly Lewis

Monday 27th of October 2014

What a sweet idea! Pinned. Lou Lou Girls


Friday 24th of October 2014

These little dishes for keeping precious bits and pieces safe are so useful. Very cute.

Divachyk // Relaxed Thairapy

Thursday 23rd of October 2014

Neat-o! Thanks for sharing.

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