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  • Becky Weaver

    No bake homemade lace pottery. The dishes are made using craft porcelain, a clay-like material that requires no baking. (Craft porcelain is available at Hobby Lobby for $7.99.) After rolling out the craft porcelain, a piece of lace is pressed gently on top to create the design. Use an X-acto knife or other sharp instrument to remove the excess. Placing the clay in a rounded container allows the piece to dry in the shape of the bowl. The piece will be dry in about 24 hours. SO EASY!

  • Bonnie Reinhart

    Pretty Craft Idea!

  • Dana Nance

    No bake homemade lace pottery. I love these... this would make a gorgeous gift! The dishes are made using craft porcelain available at Hobby Lobby or Michael's and vintage lace. Lay over a bowl and let dry for 24 hours.

  • Mia Nel

    DIY lace pottery. Future Christmas gifts?! Another pinner said: I used stonex white air dry clay that I got at michaels, I love the results

  • Sarah Martin

    No bake homemade lace pottery. Beautiful Christmas gifts!

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Made with craft porcelain (no baking required - available at Hobby Lobby and other craft stores)& a piece of lace. Roll out the "clay", press lace gently on top to create the design, then use a sharp instrument to remove any excess. clay. To create a "bowl shape", place clay in a rounded container & allow to dry (about 24 hours). After drying is completed, paint as desired.

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