Easy Air Dry Clay Roses With HOLO GLITTER!

Easy Air Dry Clay Roses With HOLO GLITTER!

Welcome back to DIY No Need To Cry with Ivelisse This weeks video are these gorgeous holo glittered
roses made from air dry clay. Easy Air Dry Clay Roses With HOLO GLITTER! A quick reminder to please turn on your notification
bells so that you can be notified as soon as I upload a video. Let’s get started. I first placed down a piece of glass so that
it would be easy to roll out the clay. I took it from a frame I have. Please be careful, if you do this, not to
cut yourself. I also used this fondant rolling pin but you
can use whatever you have if you don’t have one. You can even use a small glass jar to roll
it out, again being careful not to break the glass. …an X-Acto knife or a butter knife if you
don’t have one …and lastly acrylic paint in the colors
you want them. I used this air dry modeling clay to make
them. You want to take a piece out and put the rest
away so it doesn’t dry out. This was my first time making these and they’re
not perfect but it’s a basic rose. I watched a couple of videos to get the ideas
on how to make them. I’ll leave those links in the description
box below if you want to check them out. Next, you want to add a few drops, I put way
too much on this one, of whatever color you want to use and work it into the clay. I found that the colors come out way lighter
than the actual color of the paint, as you’ll see in a minute, so go for darker tones. I didn’t have gloves but you should probably
wear some for this part. You want to roll and fold, roll and fold until
the color is completely incorporated into the clay. They clay get’s a bit sticky when you add
the paint but I noticed that it goes away after handling the clay for a while. I went washed and dried the rolling pin and
my hands before starting the next step. Roll out the clay, you’ll see the thickness
when I cut into it and using a cap from one of my paint bottles, I cut out 7 circles. I made mine really chubby and chunky lol! Remove the excess clay, ball it up, and put
in away so it doesn’t dry up. I learned that after I made a few. Grab the first pedal and smooth out the edges. I also flattened it a little bit for whatever
reason but I stopped doing this after a few of them. Roll it up and that’s the beginning of the
rose. Grab the next pedal and as you’ll see I
only smooth out and pinched the edges to shape it. I found that placing it overlapping the last
pedal slightly, formed the rose nicely. Keep doing the same thing with the rest of
the pedals until you’ve placed them all. I wanted to show you how to make these because
I’ll be using them for next weeks DIY. I’m so excited to make it. It popped into my head and I had to make it. So you’ll have a whole week to practice
making these before I show you what I’ll be doing with them. I promise that these are easy once you get
the hang of it. If you make them, let me know how they turned
out. You want to slightly push the top of the pedals
back as you see here. Once you’re done, pinch the bottom part
to make sure it’s all together. Now using your knife, cut the excess off as
you see here. I cut it like this because I needed it to
have a flat back to be able to stick them. I let all of them dry overnight and of course,
I had to add my touch to them so I added Holo glitter glue to give it that beautiful shimmer
and upgraded these beauties to the glam squad. I was so excited when I finished because look
at how pretty these came out! That holo just took them to a whole other
level. I think I did a good job for my first time
and I can’t wait to show you what I do with them but you’ll have to wait until next
week for that. In the meantime, you can practice making these
so you’ll be a pro at them once the completed project comes out. Let me know if you do try them and as always
guys, have fun be creative and make a mess! Thanks for watching! If you like this video please don’t forget
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55 thoughts on “Easy Air Dry Clay Roses With HOLO GLITTER!

  1. Your channel is amazing. I've watched you create unbelievable pieces from the bottles. I want so badly to try to make one, but … I'm kinda afraid to try. Your roses are uniquely beautiful! Such talent. God's Blessings.

  2. Hello Ivelisse, I have been wanting to make these for a long time I'm so glad your showing us how to do embellishments . What a neat idea..we can't wait to see what your going to make with these.. So pretty,love the glitter,anything with bling…Thank you for teaching this…

  3. Gorgeous! They almost look like cake icing roses. Which made me hungry for sweets. Which made me eat Oreo cookies. At 2am. It's your fault. LOL! 😙

  4. They look amazing. I wouldn't of guessed this was the first time if you didn't say anything because they look close to perfect!! Beautiful job once again!! ❤️❤️

  5. YouR TalEnt Is AmAzInG!!!! ThAnK YoU foR ShArinG wiTh US WiTh sOOOO SimPLE WaY HoW tO MAkE SuCCessFulLy ThoSE RoSES!!!! GoD BlEsS YoU!!!!! WiShinG YoU A DaY FuLL oF LoVe AnD CrEAtion!!! <3 <3 <3

  6. So so cute. Can't wait to see what you do next with them. Whatever you do, I am totally confident that it will be beautiful. So glad I found your videos, love your work. 😁

  7. Soooooo cute! I really like this new you with other materials it gives you a bigger where to choose from……I make really nice paper beads i would like to send you some just let me know if I can ok……as always love your Talent 😊


  9. Can I use play-doh (kids brand)… it's cheaper.. just asking.. if not I will go buy the clay #I need to stop being cheap lol lol

  10. Hola
    Son preciosas las rosas. Por favor fíjate bien en tus tutoriales al principio lo traduces al español, pero luego acabas escribiendo en inglés. Es una pena porque no entiendo nada

  11. What?  You hand made these?  I thought for sure that you purchased these.  Well done!  I am soooo impressed!

  12. Amazing! Best tutorial ever! I've searched and watched others but your tutorial is simple clear easy and just what I needed. Thank you so much for sharing. God bless ❤❤❤

  13. Brilliant video and easy to follow thank you I will be making something for my parents who celebrate their 53rd wedding anniversary on the 19th December and their house is called ROSEWAY as when a child there were rose bushes that lined the garden path to the front door.  Thank you for a great idea for a gift from me to them via your video x

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