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Clay Stamp Lids

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Recycle a jar kid and use rubber stamps in a different way to create your own decorated clay ornament.



Stamp lid, easy kids craft clay, clay stamping with kids


Time: 20 minutes plus during time.
Age: Under 5s, 5 to 10s
Level: Easy

Materials
Jar lid
Air drying clay
Rubber stamps



Rubber stamps, kids Melissa and doug rubber stamps


Method
Roll a small ball of air drying clay and press it into the jar lid.



Rubber stamps, kids Melissa and doug rubber stamps




Rubber stamps, kids Melissa and doug rubber stamps


Smooth the top of the clay.
Press a rubber stamp into the clay to make an debossed decoration.



Rubber stamps, kids Melissa and doug rubber stamps


Allow to dry for at least 24 hours.
You could paint the dried clay with acrylic paints or varnish with a coat of white PVA glue which will dry clear.



Stamp lid, easy kids craft clay, clay stamping with kids


Categories
#Clay
#Recycled
#Lid
#Jar
#Rubber stamp
#Embossing
#Stamping
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