Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Clay Wedding Ring Dish

Hello Makers!

Spring is nearing and the weather is getting nicer and around the corner is the wedding season. Although weddings happen all year round, June is a popular month for weddings. The origins of June wedding goes back to ancient times, the Romans celebrated the festival of the deity Juno and his wife Jupiter, who was the goddess of marriage and childbirth, on the first day of June. The Victorians celebrated June weddings because the flowers were in full bloom, which was used as wedding decor. Today, the month of June and generally the summer is simply a practical time of the year; kids are out of school, people go on vacation and of course the weather is nice. 

This month at Imagine we are featuring wedding theme projects and the color of the month is Pantone's Ultra Violet. So, for one my projects for Imagine this month I made a purple dish made of polymer clay and has been colored with Imagine's VersaMagic Inks and IrRESISTible. This dish can be used during the wedding to transport the ring down the isle. After the wedding, use it to store your rings and you'll always have a keepsake from your wedding day. Please visit Imagine's blog to get detailed instructions on how to make this cute project.

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