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DIY Geometric Snowball Placecard Holders

By: Eden Passante from
DIY Geometric Snowball Placecard Holders
DIY Geometric Snowball Placecard Holders
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"You didn't know snowballs are actually geometric?! Haha!! Okay, maybe not, but these are and I like them better! We're calling them DIY geometric snowball placecard holders and this they resemble snowballs for Christmas!"

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueClay



Materials List

  • Sculpey
  • Dough Cutter
  • Ruler
  • Sandpaper
  • Mask


  1. Roll Sculpey into a ball (slightly bigger than a golf ball)

  2. With the dough cutter, cut facets into the ball. Easiest way to do this, is to push the ball down onto a flat surface, then slice into the Sculpey while holding it down with a ruler. Your hands/fingers can easily leave an impression on the Sculpey, so its best to handle it as little as possible (hence the ruler).

  3. Once you have a multi-faceted object, choose a side for it to stand on. Press the dough cutter into the Sculpey for the card.

  4. Dont worry if your facets dont look perfect theyll be sanded down later.

  5. Bake the Sculpey using the directions on the package.

  6. Once baked, let it cool. It hardens more once its cooled down.

  7. Place the sandpaper on a table or flat surface. Sand down each facet until even. Wear a mask! We also recommend working outside if possible. Enjoy!!

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