Jewish New Year is around the corner, and what better way to share your traditional sweets than with a fancy homemade honey jar? It's super simple and is sure to leave a lasting impression on your guests.
You Will Need ...
Crayola Air Dry Clay or Model Magic Clay
Glass Jar of your choice
Embellishments that will stick in the clay - small tiles, beads, jewels, etc.
Take a glass jar of your choice and cover it with air dry or Model Magic clay. Once covered, push tiles, jewels and/or beads into the clay. They will adhere on their own. Once finished you can lightly roll the entire jar on a hard surface to lock in your embellishments.
That is all there is to it!. Allow 24 hours for the clay to dry. If you have covered the bottom, be sure to dry it upside down. Once dry you can use permanent marker to draw on the Model Magic clay or use acrylic paint on the air dry clay.
Now, just add the honey - easy peasy.
5 - 15 minutes
Easy peasy (fun and simple)
5 minutes or less
1 adult per 5 children
Even creative folks like me need a little inspiration. Which is why I participate in weekly Blog Link Parties. They are a great way for me to share my crafts and ideas with others and I get to see what other bloggers are up to as well.
This craft was shared at the following parties:
UnCommon Design: Monday Funday
That's What Che Said
CRAFT - Creasting Really Awesome Free Things
You're Gonna Love It : Kathe with an E
Tasteful Tuesdays at Naptime Creations
Take a Look Tuesdays : SugarBee Crafts
Catch A Glimpse : A Glimpse Inside
It Happens In a Blink : Project Stash