Wednesday, March 14, 2012

DIY Lace Bowl



 Pinterest always temps me to try something that iv seen on there... Im always saving pictures upon pictures on future DIY projects.. Well here is one that I tought was really neat.. A bowl with a lace imprint on the inside..

So here is a Step by Step tutorial..


 Need:
Polymer Clay 2-3
A bowl for sizing your circle
A bowl to bake the clay in
A Lace or Doily pattern
A dough roller
Knife
Sand paper or Nail Filer
Mod Podge Gloss (Optional)

Here is what the Polymer Clay looks like. 
You can purchase them at Micheal's in any color.

Mash the 2 clay bars together and roll it around in your palms until its a ball

Then Flatten it out with a Dough Roller or anything you have that would work.

Take your Lace or Doily pattern that you would like to use

 Place it off to the side of the clay and use the Dough roller to roll over the Lace or Doily pattern until it has an imprint. Then remove the pattern.

After you have the imprint pattern where you want it

Place the sizing bowl over the clay and use a knife to cut off the extra clay to make a perfect circle.

Place the clay circle you just cut out in to a bowl (a Bowl that can be placed in the oven) 
that fits in perfectly so the clay forms a bowl like shape. 
Place the bowl in to the oven at 275° for 20-22 min.

Remove the bowl from the oven and let it cool completely. 
Carefully remove the Clay bowl and here is a step that I accidentally skipped.. but if you want take a nail filer or sand paper to smooth out the edges of the clay bowl.

To get a glossy look and feel for your bowl get some Glossy Mod Podge and put a layer or two all over your bowl with a brush. I didn't have the glossy one so i used what i had.

 and Waa La here is your finished product. 
Its a cute bowl to keep on your night stand for your most worn earrings and rings.
 Hope this tutorial helps you.

Have a Great Wednesday everyone!

37 comments:

  1. very nice! Thank you for sharing ! Came out very nice.

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  2. So sweet, I am rubbish at DIY things though xxx


    www.misslv.com

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  3. that is so creative of you!!! I am just loving it! great job miss.

    xxoo

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  4. Good job! I bet I am too stupid to make a DIY works..

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  5. that seems quite easy to do!
    i did not know about ur blog and is very cute!

    www.meryswardrobe.blogspot.com

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  6. Great idea!
    Your blog looks cute :p

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    www.arikayasmine.blogspot.com

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  7. what a great idea! it seems simple too!

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  8. wow, you did an amazing job!
    i'd probably end up dropping my bowl once i'd finish it, because that's just me!
    haha!
    loving your blog, btw! newest follower <333

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  9. oh how cute is this!!!
    your blog is super cute too :)
    following you :)

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  10. Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    This is such a great idea. So easy to do, thanks for sharing!
    I am definitely following :)

    xx
    inthe-blue.blogspot.com

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  11. Love this Anya!! Perfect project!

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  12. This looks amazing, and so simple to do! I may have to attempt it :) xx

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  13. This looks amazing, what a great idea! :D Xx

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  14. Thank you so much for following me sweetheart!

    x

    themeltingpotofstuff.blogspot.com

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  15. This is such a fun idea - looks SO pretty :)

    Annie
    The Other Side of Gray

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  16. this is such an awesome project. you did a great job on the tutorial and now i want to go out to michaels on my lunch break to pick up the supplies i need for this project

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  17. This is great! I love putting my rings in fancy dishes, I am going to have to try this!

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  18. Anna thanks a lot for visiting my blog! I have really enjoyed discovering yours and will be happy to stay in touch! xoxo ES
    http://www.liveyourpassion.gr/2012/03/passion-for-miaww-handmade-accessories.html

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  19. Hi Anya! Goshhh you're so creative! I never thought of something like this hahahaha :D

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  20. This is a super cute idea. The bowl came out lovely. I might just have to try this! :D

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  21. My dear, I found your blog by chance, while peeking others and I decided to check it out! I’m glad I did it, because I am really delighted with yours. It's beautiful, well structured, interesting, sweet amazing [probably your own qualities right?] and it has completely got me hooked. I think we're going to get along just fine! ;) I'd like to invite you to follow each other. I’d be very pleased. I wish you lots of success and will surely come back often kisses Miriam Stella
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  22. That is fantastic!!! I love blog posts like this, the bowl is lovely x

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  23. love this ! looks really cute :) xoxo

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  24. this is so cute! lovely post :) x

    fashioninflux.blogspot.com

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  25. Great tutorial! I love the russian doll earrings

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  26. YOU did a good job! I have no idea about doing DIY!hehehe
    thanks for sharing it

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  27. Beautiful work!!!! I like your blog!!!
    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  28. nice and creative...
    i like this

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  29. What a great idea! Love it. I've only just found your blog and am loving it :)

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  30. Hi!! :)
    I really like your blog, I´m following you :D
    ... maybe if you have time, you could visit my blog too, and if you like it, follow me back ;)
    Kisses!
    http://modacapital-blog.com

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  31. This is awesome and so easy! I love the idea of using glossy Mod Podge! I never would've thought of that. Thanks!

    Lesley / bytheporchlight.com

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