DIY: Marbled Clay Jewelry Dish

These marbled clay jewelry dishes are so easy and there are endless variations to customize them to fit your style!

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Supplies

  • Round cookie cutter
  • Clay
  • Paint Pen
  • Rolling Pin (or other cylinder to roll out clay)
  • Parchment Paper

Time

  • 10 minutes prep + 25 minutes to bake

Difficulty

  • If you can use a rolling pin and oven- you can do this!

First, preheat your oven to 300F. Most brands of clay come with indents to help you break it into even pieces. You’ll want about nine 1/2 inch blocks.

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Roll each block into a strand that’s about 8-9 inches long. Once all of your colors are rolled into long strands, twist them together and then into a ball. It should look something like this by now.

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Then, using your rolling pin, roll the clay out until it’s about 3/4 inch thick.

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To make it a perfect circle, use your cookie cutter.

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Now, just push the edges up to create a little lip all the way around the dish. Pop it in the oven for about 25 minutes (check on them after 15 minutes or so to make sure they are ok.)

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Once they’re cooled off, it’s time to paint around the edge of them with your paint pen. After that, you’re done! Style them, gift them, use them, whatever you want!

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These are the perfect gift to give to your bridesmaids or just to make for a holiday gift for someone in your life. If you make these, tag us on Instagram @diybrideblog so we can see them! I love seeing all of your gorgeous creations!

Xoxo,

Sarah