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Bostik Crazy Clay Mother's Day Flower

Step by step on how to make a Mother's Day daisy using Crazy Clay, as presented by: Crafty Corner

For any questions contact: Winnie crazy clay flower

What you need to make a Crazy Clay daisy:

  • Bostik Crazy Clay, in yellow and purple
  • A skewer stick
  • Green PVA paint
  • Paint brush
  • Plastic surface
  • Button
what you will need

Before starting this craft, please read the instructions for the red flower as this gives much more detailed intructions on how to create flowers with Crazy Clay.

Make sure you have a clean and tidy workspace. Use a sheet of plastic to cover and protect your table if it is not made from plastic. Crazy Clay sticks to any porous surface.

Step 1

Take a blob of yellow Crazy Clay from the container (remember to reseal the tub). Divide this blob into at least 7 petals. Roll each piece between your fingers so that you have a blob on one side, while the other side forms a point.

roll petals

Step 2

Place your petals onto your plastic work surface to form a circle with the points facing in.

place petals

Step 3

Once all your yellow petals are in place, place a small blob of purple Crazy Clay on the centre. Gently press the petals flat to form the shape of daisy petals.

purple crazy clay press flower petals

Step 4

Place a button in the centre of the purple blob.

button on crazy clay

Step 5

Lift the flower very gently - you might need a craft knife to help you peel the petals off your plastic work surface.

lift with craft knife

Step 6

Insert a skewer stick to hold your flower and create a stem. Paint it green using PVA paint.

skewer stick crazy clay flower
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