Activity DesignerMelissa Allen
Art that can be worn is fun for most kids I know. These charms make great gifts, too!
What You'll Need
How We Did It
Emma rolled out her clay and used a butter knife to cut the square shapes. Small cookie cutters would work well, too. A toothpick is perfect to make the hole for the twine.
When they were all finished we followed our clay directions for cooking. We placed all the charms on a parchment lined baking sheet and baked them at 275 degrees for about 20 minutes.
With some paint they were so beautiful! All that was left was to thread these sweet charms onto some twine.