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    • Patricia Holmes

      Make a lace clay bowl for your jewelry...Use air drying clay, roll out to a thickness of 1/4" min. then roll a doily onto the clay to leave an impression of the lace. Cut into a circle and place in a bowl to dry, seal and use for a non-food use.

    • Maria Triquell

      plat de punta

    • Lindsey DiTullio

      Hello Christmas gifts! Make a bowl for your jewelry...Use air drying clay, roll out to a thickness of 1/4" min. then roll a doily onto the clay to leave an impression of the lace. Cut into a circle and place in a bowl to dry, seal and use for a non-food use.

    • candie thomson

      DIY Lace Bowl diy crafts craft ideas easy crafts diy idea diy home easy craft diy decorations craft decor crafty home ideas craft plate. I love this idea and really want to try it for the top of a pie this christmas season | pinned by Western Sage and KB Honey (aka Kidd Bros)

    • Chelsea McCain

      This is an awesome cheap gift idea! So cute and girly this little lace bowl.

    • Keia Powell

      cute DIY ring holder

    • Rachel Jane Patrick

      Lace Bowl. @Mandy Fleetwood - a technique for your air dry clay?!?

    • Karen Furr

      Lacy print ceramic bowl

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