1.1lb. Sculpey® Air-Dry Porcelain Clay

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1.1lb. Sculpey® Air-Dry Porcelain Clay

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1.1lb. Sculpey® Air-Dry Porcelain Clay

$15.99

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Make your school projects, jewelry and sculptures stand out. This lightweight, durable air-dry clay is easy to smooth and extremely pliable. The smooth, translucent porcelain-like finish is ideal for making realistic looking flowers, jewelry and detailed figurines. It can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints.
 
Details:
  • White
  • 1.1 lb. (500 g)
  • Smooth, translucent porcelain like finish
  • Hard and durable
  • Can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints
  • To color clay, add oil paints and knead until color is fully incorporated
  • Air dries
Make your school projects, jewelry and sculptures stand out. This lightweight, durable air-dry clay is easy to smooth and extremely pliable. The smooth, translucent porcelain-like finish is ideal for making realistic looking flowers, jewelry and detailed figurines. It can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints.
 
Details:
  • White
  • 1.1 lb. (500 g)
  • Smooth, translucent porcelain like finish
  • Hard and durable
  • Can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints
  • To color clay, add oil paints and knead until color is fully incorporated
  • Air dries
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Make your school projects, jewelry and sculptures stand out. This lightweight, durable air-dry clay is easy to smooth and extremely pliable. The smooth, translucent porcelain-like finish is ideal for making realistic looking flowers, jewelry and detailed figurines. It can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints.
 
Details:
  • White
  • 1.1 lb. (500 g)
  • Smooth, translucent porcelain like finish
  • Hard and durable
  • Can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints
  • To color clay, add oil paints and knead until color is fully incorporated
  • Air dries
Make your school projects, jewelry and sculptures stand out. This lightweight, durable air-dry clay is easy to smooth and extremely pliable. The smooth, translucent porcelain-like finish is ideal for making realistic looking flowers, jewelry and detailed figurines. It can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints.
 
Details:
  • White
  • 1.1 lb. (500 g)
  • Smooth, translucent porcelain like finish
  • Hard and durable
  • Can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with acrylic based paints
  • To color clay, add oil paints and knead until color is fully incorporated
  • Air dries
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1.1lb. Sculpey® Air-Dry Porcelain Clay is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I was disappointed. I used Polyform red air dry and it was wonderful. The porcelain is not for detail work (nose , mouth, ears etc)
Date published: 2020-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Soft and easy to mold Great product! Soft and easy to mold; hardens at room temperature over time. Can be painted. Doesn’t contract or expand.
Date published: 2020-07-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I expected. Stuck to everything! Kitchen counter, rolling pin, cookie cutters, the plastic it was wrapped in. I intended to make a wind chime. But it doesn’t dry to a “wind chime” density.
Date published: 2020-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is great to work with Making flowers with this. Very easy to color and work with
Date published: 2020-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Porcelain Clay Really liked working with this product. Easy to shape and work with. Items take paint well after they have dried.
Date published: 2020-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Different clay from different countries I bought this clay manufactured in Holland and it was pure white, excellent to work with, and had beautiful results. I bought more that was manufactured in Thailand and it was taupe, very sticky, and terrible results! Check on the back of the packaging before buying and look to see if it’s made in Holland.
Date published: 2019-09-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Horribly sticky My problem with this clay is how bad it sticks to everything - including its own plastic wrap. I tried to press it into a mold and use cutouts on it like I do with other polymer and air dry clays and it just stuck to everything and deformed. I suppose it could be good for making things just with your hands.
Date published: 2019-09-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A professional artist and not a fan At my local Micheal's I was drawn in by the promises of no cracking, translucent look, and porcelain finish. As soon as I opened the package it was instant problems. The clay itself had somehow half fused with the plastic wrap around it in the package. I tried to gently pull it away but the plastic just stretched with it and tore. I had to waste some clay picking tiny bits of plastic wrap out. Also its VERY soft. When you pull a chunk off its stringy like a warm piece of mozzarella. Which is fine because you can just roll the strings back into it....but the softness has other issues. I made a few sample pieces. **A thin curl and a thicker spiral curl: I had to lay them flat to prevent drooping. As they began to dry they lost a bit of the curve they had. **A very thin single petal: It got very stuck to my plastic cutting pad that covers my studio desk and I had to remake it. This isn't surprising because its a polymer and those tend to fuse to other random plastics. Lesson learned. Once I remade it just holding it delicately between my fingers caused it to droop. I gave up and layed it as a flat thin piece and it had already visibly warped while drying within a half hour. **An entire flower: Oh heck no. It was a real pain in the butt trying to stick thumbnail sized petals to each other on a base. They all just drooped all over each other and it felt like it was melting in my hands as I made it. I waited for it to dry just a touch to push the petals into place, but they just bent back to where they were. **A 1/4 inch thick piece: stuck to my rolling pin a little, but otherwise fine. I left finger prints on it to see how well they fade as it dries **A piece with a glass bead embedded and little detail around the edges: If the clay is drying, and it dries kinda fast, it will "heal" a bit and prevent fine detail. I did multiple depths of details to see how they hold up. **A piece I pressed cotton lace into: It ruined the lace. It was just too soft and got between the fibers. This means the clay also tore and ligtle stringy bits came off as I pulled the lace away. **A palm sized 1/4 inch thick piece smoothed: It only gave me one shot at smoothing and it didn't last long. I used a very light spritz of water and worked quickly, but it absorbed the water fast and caused even finer stringy cheesiness to stick to my finger as I pulled it away. I waited a minute and did a second light spritz to smooth the weird stringy patches and it just got really pasty. **A simple thick ring: easy simple shape. Will be using it to test weight capacity once its definitely dry. **Rolled out and cut with metal cookie cutter: one stuck in the cutter and just didnt want to come out without warping. Another stayed on the foil I layed down but had melted back a bit into the rest causing strings. **Pressed into prepared mold: there is no removing them while its still soft. I'm leaving one for 24hrs before removing to see how it does. If it can turn out ok, molds are what I'll use it for since its so soft. Surfaces it got stuck to: paper, plastic bag, self healing cutting pad, a little bit to foil when left while soft, a little to a tin tray while drying. All in all, I kinda hate it personally. Maybe I just got a bad batch? Maybe my naturally cold hands and 70 degree F home are too warm for it? Who knows. If it manages to hold up once dry I may use it for simple little things like eyes or pressing into molds. Or maybe I can roll it thin, let it dry, and then cut shapes out.... basically the second star I gave it is my hope I can find use for it.
Date published: 2018-12-07
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