DIY Clay Magnets for Mom


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Photos courtesy of Laura Kelly

Magnets are always a winning gift. These magnets are hand-formed with Sculpey's Bake Shop clay for kiddos. Kids love to work with clay because it is calming and relaxing. The fact that they end up with a project that is permanent is such a bonus. The directions for baking the clay are in the packaging and super easy. They fit perfectly on the cover of the eight-page book designed for kids to write about their moms that you can grab in my TPT store, Laura Kelly Classroom.


Provided by North Carolina artist Laura Kelly, creator of Laura Kelly Designs. Find more of her crafts at laurakellydesigns.com/cms/Videos.php.

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