Loading, please wait...

Crayola 8pc DIY Trinket Dishes, Jewelry Tray

Crayola 8pc DIY Trinket Dishes, Jewelry Tray - image 1 of 4Crayola 8pc DIY Trinket Dishes, Jewelry Tray - image 2 of 4Crayola 8pc DIY Trinket Dishes, Jewelry Tray - image 3 of 4Crayola 8pc DIY Trinket Dishes, Jewelry Tray - image 4 of 4
Crayola 8pc DIY Trinket Dishes, Jewelry Tray - image 1 of 4
WARNING: choking hazard - small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Shipping
Free standard shipping with RedCard

About this item

Highlights

  • Make your own trinket dish!
  • All-in-one craft kit for adults.
  • Easy step-by-step instructions.
  • Craft Time: Less than 1 hour.
  • Great gift for crafters.

Specifications

Number of Pieces: 21

Suggested Age: 14 Years and Up

Includes: Bowl, Paint Brush, acrylic paint, clay

Material: Acrylic paint

TCIN: 75574165
UPC: 071662206161
Item Number (DPCI): 081-22-5353
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported

Description

This all-in-one kit includes everything you need to design your own trinket bowls or jewelry dishes! Beautiful and functional, bowls can be used for jewelry, keys, and more. Featured in this craft kit, you will receive easy step-by-step instructions for a simple, elegant craft that can be completed in less than an hour. You will also have all the craft supplies needed to complete this project, including 3 Packs of Air Dry Clay (4oz ea), 2 Signature Acrylic Paints, 1 Paint Brush, 1 Plastic Bowl (for shaping), and an Instruction Booklet. This would make a great gift for jewelry lovers, crafters, or anyone with a new space to decorate. It makes a unique apartment warming gift, or you can craft the dishes yourself and give them as 3 separate gifts to loved ones!
If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it. Report incorrect product info.

Recommended


From the manufacturer

No information loaded.

Guest Ratings & Reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars with 27 reviews
0% would recommend
6 recommendations
value: 1 out of 5
quality: 1 out of 5

Review images (22)

Super easy but cracks bad

3 out of 5 stars
Khowden - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
Most children above 4 years old can do this craft. It was super easy and quick. We had several dishes crack before they finished drying and only one actually made it to the paint and glaze stage. Great product in theory.
1 reply from Crayola Consumer Care team - 1 month ago
Oh man! While we are glad you had fun making your DIY Trinket Trays, we are sorry they have cracked while drying. To prevent this from happening in the future, we would suggest gently peeling the edges of the mold away from the clay every 5-8 hours. This will help release the clay and prevent cracking. For further assistance, please contact us at Crayola.com/support. Hope this gets you back to creating soon!
Guest review image 1 of 2, zoom inGuest review image 2 of 2, zoom in
1 guest found this review helpful. Did you?
Report review

Cute Craft For Mom's Night

3 out of 5 stars
Novicehomemaker - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
We received samples of the Signature DIY Trinket Tray craft kits. I tried these out with a group of ladies. It was a cute craft. Some of the trays survived the drying process while some cracked overnight. I gave this three stars because it was a cute idea, had good paints, and was an easy activity. I deducted stars for it being a bit messy (color comes off on hands, but washes off) and for the clay cracking overnight. It would have been nice to have enough trays to do the whole package at once. There is enough clay to make three trays but only comes with one form. Clay is supposed to dry on form overnight, so you can only make one at a time. Overall it was a good craft kit, just watch where you dry your clay.
Did you find this review helpful?
Report review

All of our bowls cracked.

2 out of 5 stars
Driven5 - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
We had a crafting party. You make these trinket bowls out of air-dry clay. You mold it over a plastic bowl and then let it dry for a day. Mine crumbled. I was the only one that added a little water to mine to change the color. All of the others who did not add water were cracked. We were disappointed. I saw some other reviews of people who had the same problem. Hopefully, Crayola will make some adjustments to the product.
1 reply from Crayola Consumer Care team - 1 month ago
Thank you for sharing your honest review with us. We are sorry to hear your Signature Trinket Trays have cracked while drying. Surely this should not be happening, and we will be passing along this information to our team for further improvement. In the meantime, we would suggest gently prying the clay from the mold every 5-8 hours to help lift the creation out. This way, once it is done drying it will minimize the chance for cracking. Please contact us at Crayola.com/support for further assistance. Hoping this helps!
Did you find this review helpful?
Report review

I have mixed feelings

4 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
I have mixed feelings ! I love how it's such a cute craft and has everything in all in one kit. I felt the clay was a little dry and wish a different formula was used to make it more pliable. I had a small amount of cracking when removing but over all it was a cool product and I look forward to seeing what else Crayola has to offer for adults.
Did you find this review helpful?
Report review

Great idea but missing some items

3 out of 5 stars
AshDLD - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
I thought this item was great, such an awesome concept! BUT, you need more than a day to complete it (not clear on box) and you can only make one plate at a time (why not provide all three molds?). This isn’t a huge deal because the reality is some people like to do crafts over a few days. The biggest issue was the cracking :( we held a party and the next day they had cracked! What?!? Not sure what went wrong but kind of disappointed. Will we do the other plates? Ehhh probably not.
1 reply from Crayola Consumer Care team - 1 month ago
Your disappointment when you saw your DIY Trinket Dishes had cracked is absolutely understandable, Ashley. We, too, are sorry to see they have not turned out correctly. For your next dish, we would suggest gently peeling the edges of the mold away from the clay every 5 to 8 hours. Do not try to pull the clay and mold apart – the clay will release from the mold when fully dry. For further assistance, please contact us at Crayola.com/support. Hoping this tip will help while creating your next dish!
Guest review image 1 of 4, zoom inGuest review image 2 of 4, zoom inGuest review image 3 of 4, zoom inGuest review image 4 of 4, zoom in
Did you find this review helpful?
Report review

Didn't turn out great

3 out of 5 stars
AshtonD - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
This was a fun craft but didn't turn out that great. The trinket dishes cracked after letting sit overnight to dry. They are super cute though
1 reply from Crayola Consumer Care team - 1 month ago
Oh no! We are sorry to see your DIY Trinket Tray has cracked, Ashton. This definitely is not the experience we have intended, and we would like to help. For the next time, we would suggest that every 5-8 hours, gently peeling the edges of the mold away from the clay. Do not try to pull the clay and mold apart – the clay will release from the mold when fully dry. If you could please contact us at Crayola.com/support, we would like to learn more and help make this right. Hoping to get you back to creating soon!
Guest review image 1 of 2, zoom inGuest review image 2 of 2, zoom in
Did you find this review helpful?
Report review

Eh

1 out of 5 stars
SpunkyMermaid - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
Signature DIY Trinket Tray Craft Kit was easy enough and fun to try but did not meet my expectations. The instructions are very straightforward and easy to follow. I was disappointed that even though there is enough clay for three trinket dishes, there is only one mold. With the 24-hour dry time, it will take you three days to use up all of your clay. The clay is able to be stored in a sealed bag to help it from drying out though. The clay is very pliable and easy to mix and swirl, which was nice. When trying to remove the mold my dish broke into pieces, the boyfriends didn’t but it did crack. I see potential in this project but I can’t recommend it at this point.
1 reply from Crayola Consumer Care team - 1 month ago
Your disappointment is absolutely understandable. We, too, are sorry to hear your experience with the DIY Trinket Trays has been less than perfect. Your honest feedback is super helpful, and your suggestions to include more trays will be passed along to our team. In the meantime, we have a great tip on how to prevent cracking with your next tray. Every 5-8 hours, gently peel the edges of the mold away from the clay. Do not try to pull the clay and mold apart –the clay will release from the mold when fully dry. Also, make sure the clay is completely marbled/mixed. Separation or cracks in the clay may be caused by the colors not fusing together. If you could please contact us at Crayola.com/support, we would like to learn more and better assist you. Hoping to hear from you soon!
Guest review image 1 of 6, zoom inGuest review image 2 of 6, zoom inGuest review image 3 of 6, zoom inGuest review image 4 of 6, zoom inGuest review image 5 of 6, zoom inGuest review image 6 of 6, zoom in
Did you find this review helpful?
Report review

Enjoyable craft

5 out of 5 stars
Gannie - 1 month ago
originally posted on crayola.com
I really enjoyed learning how to make the trinket bowls. It was exciting to,see how each one would turn out. What a great craft for adults,teens and older children. You can do them by yourself or in a group. I can't wait to make more.
Did you find this review helpful?
Report review

Prices, promotions, styles and availability may vary by store & online. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you.


*See offer details. Restrictions apply. Pricing, promotions and availability may vary by location and at Target.com.