DIY Air Clay Unicorn Plate

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: 

Instructions: 

  1. Roll out air dry clay on parchment paper until about 1/4″ thick.
  2. Cut our your silhouette.
  3. Using your silhouette/stencil, use your knife to cut around it into the air dry clay.
  4. 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.
  5. After the clay is dry, it will become much lighter. Then you can paint. I chose white with coloured splashes and a gold outline.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Enjoy!

What about this guy? Would you want to see a tutorial on how to make him?