Clay rings for a touch of style
Bring simple chic to any table with these easy clay napkin rings
What you’ll need:
White polymer or air-dry clay Ruler Toothpick Small rolling pin Wax paper Directions:
1. Knead the clay and form into a ball.
2. Using a rolling pin, flatten clay out on wax paper to form a smooth shape about 1/2 inch thick, 1 inch wide, and about 6 inches long.
3. Don’t worry if the edges are not straight, but try to get a smooth surface and an even thickness. 4. Form the shape into a ring about 1 1/2 inches in diameter, and press one end to the other to close the ring. 5. Using the toothpick, create texture on the surface with dots or lines. You can use your thumb to make indentations. 6. Bake the rings using package instructions or allow to air dry.
Note: Do not use modeling clay, which is non-hardening and might be a fire hazard when baked. You can purchase polymer clay at selected arts and crafts stores like Deovir Art Supplies.