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Looking for a unique gift for someone special? This handmade craft is easy to create, colorful, and practical, too!
Cover your craft area with newspaper or sculpt and paint on a paper plate. Knead a handful of Crayola Air-Dry Clay into a large ball. Flatten it into a disc using your hands or modeling tools. Raise the edges of the disc to form a bowl.
Roll "snakes" with additional clay. Coil one snake under the center of the bowl to form a base. Press other snakes on the surface to create decorative relief designs. Use a bit of water and score the surfaces if needed to get the clay to stick to itself.
Impress patterns into the clay with modeling tools or other textured objects. Decorate a border or etch designs in the bowl if you like.
Press and glue colored glass stones into your bowl.
Paint colorful flourishes on your bowl with Crayola Hassle Free Watercolors. Use several coats and mix colors to make sure your bowl is one of a kind! Air-dry the bowl for about 3 days.
These bowls are great to exhibit seashells, wrapped treats, hold keys, or display other items.
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