Clay Carnation Flowers

By: Rajeshwari Singh from
Clay Carnation Flowers
Clay Carnation Flowers

You'll love including a bit of spring in your home all year with these Clay Carnation Flowers! The easy holiday craft is versatile, too. 

From the blogger: "Creating life-like flowers from clay is getting more and more popular. These Clay Carnation Flowers have the distinctive characteristic and they look and feel very real. These amazing clay flowers can be used as a beautiful assortment of decorations or make them for yourself or make them as a gift for a friend or your loved ones. Clay Carnation Flowers are simple to make. The best thing about making your own clay flowers it that you can really play around with the colors of your choice. Let your options speak and see what kind of beautiful creations you can come up with. I hope you enjoy this free clay carnation tutorial. Materials used: Thai clay, oil paint, clay tools, artificial stem, glue."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


HolidaySpring, Summer

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I love creating things. I knit, crochet, sew, make jewelry, paper crafts and recently polymer clay jewelry and decorative items. I saw these and I just have to try them. They are so real looking. I think the part that attracts me the most is that you can custom make the colors.


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