DIY Mother’s Day Gifts: Clay Flower Photo Frame

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If you're looking for the perfect DIY Mother's Day gifts to make with your kids, this Clay Flower Photo Frame will not disappoint! It's made with a simple DIY clay recipe that costs next to nothing to make, and by using different cookie cutters and paint colors, the possibilities for this Mother's Day craft really are endless!

DIY Clay is a wonderfully versatile resource. It is made from household items and cheap to make, and if you’re looking for the perfect DIY Mother’s Day gifts to make with your kids, this Clay Flower Photo Frame will not disappoint!

If you're looking for the perfect DIY Mother's Day gifts to make with your kids, this Clay Flower Photo Frame will not disappoint! It's made with a simple DIY clay recipe that costs next to nothing to make, and by using different cookie cutters and paint colors, the possibilities for this Mother's Day craft really are endless!

Resources needed to make a DIY Clay Flower Photo Frame

-Cornstarch
-PVA Glue
-Rolling pin
Flower-Shaped Cookie Cutters
-Baking paper
-Printed photos

How to make a DIY Clay Flower Photo Frame

1. Combine 1 cup of cornstarch and 1/2 cup of PVA glue. Mix the two ingredients until they remain together.

2. Knead the clay for a couple of minutes. If it is too sticky then add some more cornstarch. If the clay is flaky then add more PVA glue.

3. Sprinkle cornstarch onto the table and roll the clay flat.

4. Use a large flower cookie cutter to create a clay flower.

5. Place a smaller clay flower into the middle of the large flower and remove the middle piece of clay.

If you're looking for the perfect DIY Mother's Day gifts to make with your kids, this Clay Flower Photo Frame will not disappoint! It's made with a simple DIY clay recipe that costs next to nothing to make, and by using different cookie cutters and paint colors, the possibilities for this Mother's Day craft really are endless!

6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have used all of the clay.

7. Place the clay flowers onto a tray lined with baking paper and brush off any excess cornstarch.

8. Allow the clay flowers to dry overnight.

How to decorate your DIY Clay Flower Photo Frame

1. Paint each flower using acrylic paint. Our flowers required at least two coats of paint.

If you're looking for the perfect DIY Mother's Day gifts to make with your kids, this Clay Flower Photo Frame will not disappoint! It's made with a simple DIY clay recipe that costs next to nothing to make, and by using different cookie cutters and paint colors, the possibilities for this Mother's Day craft really are endless!

2. Print out the photographs you require. Place the large flower cookie cutter on top of the photograph. Use it as a template to draw around the inside of the flower and cut it out.

3. Place a small amount of PVA glue around the end of the photograph.

4. Position the DIY Clay Flower on top of the photograph and press down firmly.

If you're looking for the perfect DIY Mother's Day gifts to make with your kids, this Clay Flower Photo Frame will not disappoint! It's made with a simple DIY clay recipe that costs next to nothing to make, and by using different cookie cutters and paint colors, the possibilities for this Mother's Day craft really are endless!

5. Allow the glue to dry.

One way to display your DIY Clay Flower Photo Frame is to add a small strip of magnetic tape to the back of the clay flower. This will mean that the photo frame will stick to the refrigerator, which makes this one of many DIY Mother’s Day gifts that can be enjoyed year-round!

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If you're looking for the perfect DIY Mother's Day gifts to make with your kids, this Clay Flower Photo Frame will not disappoint! It's made with a simple DIY clay recipe that costs next to nothing to make, and by using different cookie cutters and paint colors, the possibilities for this Mother's Day craft really are endless!

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Emma
Emma
During a difficult pregnancy suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) Emma vowed to make every day an adventure once she had recovered. Her blog, Adventures of Adam, is the outcome of completing a 100 day play challenge with her toddler as part of that promise. Emma has a section dedicated to HG friendly play activities so that Mums can still be part of their children’s play whilst they are ill.