Air Dry Clay Project - Cat Craft

Have a little who just loves air dry clay projects? They are going to love this cat craft for kids that doubles as a DIY clay ring dish perfect for gifting. There are only a few steps and a limited list of supplies needed for this cute cat craft. Follow the steps below to make your very own air dry clay ring dish!

Air dry clay project - cat craft

Looking for more clay ring dishes? You'll love this unicorn air dry clay bowl, this butterfly ring dish, this clay leaf bowl, and this heart-shaped ring dish.

cat craft for kids - air dry clay project

This cat craft is a great one for kids of all ages to get involved with. Younger ages can help roll out the clay, paint, etc with some direction while older kids may be able to do the entire thing by themselves. Air dry clay projects are perfect for when you need an easy project that all kids can do. 

They will love gifting this DIY clay ring dish to loved ones or keeping for themselves. You can use it for rings, keys, and other small objects. While it looks difficult, it's a very simple and easy craft for kids to make!

Scroll down below to get started making your own cat themed DIY clay ring dish craft!

cat craft for kids

DIY Clay Ring Dish Cat Craft

Air dry clay project - supplies

  • White air dry clay
  • Small bowl
  • Rolling pin
  • Knife
  • Cling film
  • Acrylic paint pen (black)
  • Paint

How to make this cat craft for kids

STEP ONE: Gather your supplies

Before you begin, make sure to gather up your supplies and prepare your workspace. This makes things much easier -- especially with projects like this. As a quick note, you can use coloured clay if you don't have white and you'll be able to paint it if you'd like once it is dry.

STEP TWO: Cut out the clay bowl shape

To get started, roll out the white air dry clay so that it is about 1cm thick and lay down a small bowl. Trace around the edges of the bowl with a knife leaving small gaps for the ears. Trace the shape of the ears on top of the bowl. This needs to be one shape as shown below so that the ears don't break off.

air dry clay project

Wet the tip of your fingers with water and then smooth out the edges of the clay. Turn the small bowl over and cover it with cling film. Then carefully place your piece of cut out clay inside of a small bowl so it can take its shape as the clay dries. 

It will take about 1-2 days to fully dry.

DIY ring dish air dry clay project

STEP THREE: Add cat details

Once the clay has dried, draw on the cat eyes, nose, and whiskers. For best results, use a pencil first so you can plan out the details before using paint pens or an acrylic marker to draw back over it.

Paint the inside of the ears and nose using some paint colours of choice. Allow time for the paint to dry and you're done with your air dry clay project!

Cat craft for kids - air dry clay project. Easy DIY ring dish art project.

Cat crafts for kids can be so much fun, especially when it's an air-dry clay project! If you are looking for more cat crafts then check out our paper plate cat craft. We hope you and your child have a blast making this cat DIY clay ring dish.

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