Who needs a Unicorn frap when you can have a unicorn cheese plate? No sugar. No Calories. No Cavities.
This really easy DIY was born out of the popularity of the unicorn frap (which I actually enjoyed!), and was a fun experiment with air dry clay. I also used air dry clay to make a little fox planter. Would you like to see a DIY for that?
Video Here & Full Instructions to follow!
What You’ll Need:
- Air Dry Clay (I got mine at Dollarama!)
- Parchment Paper
- Rolling Pin
- Unicorn Silhouette (Find a Bunch Here!) Make sure there are not any spots that are too thin, they will break!
- Acrylic Paint (I used DecoArt Crafter’s Acrylic)
- Paint Brush
- DecoArt Dishwasher Safe Decoupage
- DecoArt Triple Thick Brushable Glaze
- Roll out air dry clay on parchment paper until about 1/4″ thick.
- Cut our your silhouette.
- Using your silhouette/stencil, use your knife to cut around it into the air dry clay.
- Let dry in a warm, dry spot for 24 hours OR Place parchment paper and clay on a baking sheet. Put in a pre-heated oven at 200°F for 40 minutes. Watch every 10-15 minutes to make sure no spots are cracking.
- After the clay is dry, it will become much lighter. Then you can paint. I chose white with coloured splashes and a gold outline.
- Coat all surfaces with dishwasher safe decoupage to ensure you can wash without any issues. This is not considered food safe, but you could use at own risk. Let dry.
- Finally, glaze the painted surface, or where you would place your cheese/food with the Triple Thick Brushable Glaze. This is considered non-toxic, so it should be fine to place food on.
What about this guy? Would you want to see a tutorial on how to make him?