I love running with clay and I love Christmas, so I’ve married my loves into those lovable little light up Christmas trees with a purpose to be ideal in your Christmas Village this yr.
Aren’t they lovely? And they’re insanely clean to make. You might not need any fancy tools or to spend a ton of money.
Can you image them for your fairy garden, too?
See not anything fancy! Some Air Dry Clay (You can use the Crayola type, too!), some LED tea lights and I used a skewer to poke holes in my clay.
First you may want to roll out your clay. Warm it up by using rolling and kneading it on your hands first for a couple of minutes after which use a rolling pin or any cylinder shaped item to flatten the clay.
You want it approximately 1/eight" thick.
Next you need to reduce a cone shape into the clay. I used a kitchen knife and eyeballed the size. You need the lowest to be extensive sufficient to healthy around the tea mild.
Next use your skewer to poke some holes inside the clay. Hold on to the skewer, you will use it once more in any other step.
Wrap the clay around your tealight. This is the the front.
And it truly is the returned. Next you’ll be pinching it close right into a tree like shape.
Pinch the back closed and you will come to be with a tree shape.
I trimmed off some of the excess from the lowest of the tree to preserve it neat.
Once I had the tree formed, I used the skewer to lower back thru the holes. You need them a good way to permit the mild to come thru.
Next you simply want to let it dry in a single day.
You could really paint these if you desired!
How lovable are they?
If you’re wondering the clay does not stick with the tea lighting, so whilst the battery dies on the ones, you may just stick the tree on top of a brand new one!
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