Christmas time is my absolute favorite, and every year I am running around trying to squeeze in as many crafts as possible. This year I’ve been focusing on Mickey crafts. I ran across a tutorial online for a star garland and had the idea to turn it into a Mickey garland! I have not done many clay crafts or at least not many successful ones, and I’ve never made clay this way, but I don’t think I’ll make any other type of clay now. This was so easy and it had that perfect white color I wanted.
The original link to the tutorial:star-garland
· 1 cup of Baking Soda
· ¼ cup of Corn Starch
· ¾ cup of water
You’re basically going to dump everything into a pan and heat it up until it becomes a thick paste.
Then, you roll it between parchment dusted in corn starch, and cut out your shapes. I found my Mickey cookie cutter at Daiso Japan while on vacation.
Bake it in an oven at 170F degrees for 2 hours…That’s it!
I found this gold wire at Hobby Lobby and just began to wrap each Mickey evenly spaced.
This was such an easy craft, I’ll definitely be doing it again! If you end up trying it, I'd definitely love to see how yours turn out!