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How To Make Clay Gift Tag Ornaments with ACTÍVA

I have a super fun project for you today in plenty of time for gift giving. I am sharing these adorable Clay Gift Tags that double as Ornaments. How great is that?

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I love angel wing ornaments so this is my favorite.

This gold feather looks right at home among my cherished collectible ornaments.

Supplies:

Clay Roller

https://activaproducts.com/collections/all/clay-roller-kit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://activaproducts.com/products/1-lb-package-of-white-activ-clay

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The clay roller kit makes it so easy to create these and the clean up is minimal! Simply roll out the clay to the thickness that you like-they even include a nifty rail tool so you can ensure the thickness is the same for all the ornaments.

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Then use cookie cutters to cut out the ornaments. For the round deer ornament, I used a drinking glass to cut it out and  a rubber stamp for the deer image. You can really use your creativity to come up with all kinds of designs.

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I had a to/from stamp so I put this on the back of the ornaments so I could use it as a gift tag. It can then be part of the gift and be used as an ornament for years to come!

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I really enjoyed making these and have an idea for a New Years Eve banner with stars! So hard to believe Christmas is a week away! Have a great weekend.

 

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Lori

Tuesday 20th of December 2016

What a fun project! Thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It! :)

michelle james

Saturday 17th of December 2016

These are way cute. I have been trying these products and now I think I need that roller kit. I didn't know that existed! Thanks for the great tips.

Jackie Kerr

Saturday 17th of December 2016

Love them ! Thanks for sharing !

Carolann

Saturday 17th of December 2016

Love these Michelle! What a beautiful way to decorate a gift!