Crayola® Air-Dry Clay, White

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Smoother, finer and less sticky than traditional clay, this special air-dry clay needs no oven or kiln to set. The easy-to-use clay softens with water and cleans quickly from hands and surfaces. Air-dry clay can be used with traditional techniques such as pinch, coil, slab and score-and-weld to make a huge range of projects, including stamped impressions, beads, and embedding found objects. The white clay can be painted with tempera, acrylic or watercolors when dry.
 
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  • White
  • 5 lb.
  • For ages 6 and up
Smoother, finer and less sticky than traditional clay, this special air-dry clay needs no oven or kiln to set. The easy-to-use clay softens with water and cleans quickly from hands and surfaces. Air-dry clay can be used with traditional techniques such as pinch, coil, slab and score-and-weld to make a huge range of projects, including stamped impressions, beads, and embedding found objects. The white clay can be painted with tempera, acrylic or watercolors when dry.
 
Details:
  • White
  • 5 lb.
  • For ages 6 and up

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Crayola® Air-Dry Clay, White 2 5 1 1
Good for children's projects, maybe The clay wouldn't hold much weight before breaking. I bought it in hopes to make a doll, and I did, but I had to use other various materials to keep it from falling apart, such as tape and wire. It dries really fast so it crumbles easily; you need to keep a spray bottle filled with water to keep the clay moist. I had an extra head leftover that I decided to keep, and now about half a year later, it's starting to fall apart and turn into dust. Maybe if I had covered it with mod podge or something it could have been avoided, I'm not sure. Either way, I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone other than children who would just like to make something to keep for a little while. September 12, 2014
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