Clay Kisses

Clay Kisses

DIY Clay Lips | How To Create fun clay shapes using Air-dry clay | by maritzagarcia.website


Hi Friend. The other day I was gathering my cookie cutters to make refrigerator magnets and tote bag brooches. For this clay project I left out the tutorial only because I have done a few on the blog already and in reality this project doesn't take much to recreate. 

Clay Kisses via www.maritzagarcia.website

Also, while I was in my studio. I couldn't help but to feel a bit overwhelmed. You see, I've been trying to get my work space organized. But for one reason or another that just doesn't seem to be happening. In the mist of my Summer break I have fallen behind here and there. It's been a crazy, but fun Summer. From mini getaways, to hosting guest. All of which have been preventing me from getting much done.

 Blah, blah, blah, excuses, excuses -right! Well, with that said. Here's the deal. I have thought of hiring a professional craft-room organizer to help me put my work space back together, and pronto! But, is that practical and/or affordable? I know as a "DO IT YOURSELFer" I tend to think I could do it all. The truth is. I can not. So I'm going to start looking into getting help starting now.

I would love to show you my work space in due time. As of now, I cringe at the thought of you seeing my mess. Even though it's not awful -it's awful to me. Simply because I don't ever invite anyone over if my place isn't guest ready. Though, I've had a handful of guest visit my work space, my guest don't seem to notice anything is out of place. Pretty much their in awe of seeing where the magic all happens and that's all they see -thank God! 

Clay Kisses via www.maritzagarcia.website

Here's a list of what I used to make my lip magnets/brooches.

1. Crayola Air-Dry Clay

2. Meri - Meri Cookie Cutters

3. Paint Brushes

4. Paint

This project doesn't take much to recreate. However. If you need a quick how-to click here.

Clay Kisses via www.maritzagarcia.website

I don't know about you. But I love seeing where other handmade curators create. Somehow that gives me a feeling of a real connection. Getting invited to see other's personal work spaces is always so humbling. I enjoy seeing how each work space is uniquely their own. It's truly a mini reflection of their own personalities. I hope to give you a tour of my workspace soon.

Until next time my friend. Happy Crafting!

- Maritza.

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