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White Air Dry Clay, 2.5 lb Resealable Bucket

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White Air Dry Clay, 2.5 lb Resealable Bucket is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 9.
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Description

Ideal for arts and crafts and school projects, White Air Dry Clay lets young artists create sculptures without using a kiln or oven. This Clay air dries from wet clay to a hardened solid. Easy to mold and sculpt, Crayola Air Dry Clay works well for creating decorative items, plaques, or mini sculptures.

  • Recommended
    for ages 4 years and up
Features

AIR DRY CLAY: Features 2.5 lb Resealable Bucket of White Air Dry Clay.

COOL CLAY: This Crayola Clay air dries overnight, making it an essential craft supply for kids!

CRAFT SUPPLIES: Our easy-to-use Air Dry Clay is perfect for DIY crafts and school projects. Decorate with Crayola Paints (sold separately)!

SAFE AND NONTOXIC: Ideal for ages 4 & up.

White Air Dry Clay, 2.5 lb Resealable Bucket is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Limited for uses I bought this product to fix a dragon sculpture that was in a fish tank. I did not have plans to put in water but i wanted to repair the dragon and paint it. I found it easy to fill the gaps and after about an hour of drying i was able to add textures and fill in some cracks. It looks great! I then tried a second project using cookie cutters to make a mobile. Thats when i had issues. I tried it without water but couldn't remove clay from cutter. Then i tried it with a wet cutter...it was no better. The project is no go. I tried to come on line to find tips but i can't find any. I find the website more frustrating then the product.
Date published: 2020-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Question that probably no one will answer I got this at walmart a few days ago to try sculpting on small figures I have and I just have "small" questions :p 1) Can it be used to make smaller/any details without cracking under a year? I heard it cracks depending on things. 2, A bit more importantly) the paint I use has to be watered a little bit so the "layers" can be smooth. So can the clay tolerate that or no because I'm staring at my figures tail (thats the clay part) trying to figure out if the Clay would "reactivate" when even a little bit of water from paint touches it. That's all. If someone answers, gReAt, If no one does, then I waisted 2 minutes of searching ovo
Date published: 2020-09-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from stuck with product because they wouldn’t cancel So I ordered this for my child’s art project since we are doing the distance learning thing. I needed it within a few days because it was last minute. I ordered because info provided indicated would receive on time, but then that changed. So I found It elsewhere with delivery by the time I needed it. Since my order with crayola had not shipped yet I tried to cancel it. Was told they couldn’t cancel it and that I could just ship it back. Well not only did I get charged for the initial shipping but the. I would have to pay for return shipping. Ridiculous. So now I’m stuck with more clay than I need. This was the first and only time I’ve ordered from Crayola. Won’t be ordering from Crayola again. Amazon it is for me.
Date published: 2020-04-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible! I bought this for my girl scout troop for a badge. The clay shrank as it dried, causing TERRIBLE cracks. I tried adding more clay to fill the cracks, wetting the clay to seal the cracks which helped and they were fine until the girls picked up their projects. The projects LITERALLY CRUMBLED IN THEIR HANDS. I had some very disappointed girl scouts. They worked very hard only to have their efforts tossed in the trash. If there is a way to get my money back, I totally would but I cant. Waste of time, money and effort.
Date published: 2020-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Unsure how to seal finished project I purchased for my son and I and my main concern is being able to seal our finished projects. I've heard everything from Modge Podge to varnish. I'm actually looking for suggestions from people who have used both and what are the pros and cons of each.
Date published: 2021-02-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Easy to sculpt with…but that’s it. Loved sculpting with this, doesn’t dry too fast. I left my small sculptures to cure for a month and when I went to paint them using Golden acrylics (great quality paint) it would easily chip/peel off. I did 3 coats, waiting for them to dry each time, and then tried varnishing them and… they still peel/chip at the lightest touch.
Date published: 2022-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Paint to use? So far the clay is working well for my son but now he wants to paint his creations. What type of paint will work on this clay? And please provide what specifics to look for (water or oil based, etc) not just recommend the Crayola product. He wants silver which isn’t going to be an easy color to find.
Date published: 2020-03-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is bad clay My father bought me this clay for a school project 2 days later it was dry so I picked it up to take to school and it just broke and I wasn’t even touching the clay
Date published: 2021-03-05
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Does it come sealed? How long after opening bucket will it last if you keep lid on it?

Asked by: Grannycrafty
Hey there! Yes, Crayola Air-Dry Clay will arrive sealed and ready for your next masterpiece. To make sure it'll last through many creations, be sure to keep the lid on tight and store in a cool, dry place. Have fun making your sculptures!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-09-02

Can the air clay be sanded

Asked by: Nightmare
No need to fear, Denny is here! My pack tells me that yes, you can sand Crayola Air-Dry Clay once dry. It may not even need sanding since it's a polymer clay that dries with a smoother surface than classic clay. Hope this helps!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-08-22

Is this product gluten/wheat free?

Asked by: SEGO99
Denny knows! Although Crayola Air-Dry Clay does not contain wheat or any other grain known to be a source of gluten, a few other Crayola products do contain gluten. Multiple Crayola products are produced in the same manufacturing facilities and on the same machinery. While there is a slight chance of cross-contamination, the machinery used to manufacture Crayola products is cleaned between production runs in a manner that meets or exceeds all regulations. Hope this helps!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-04-18

Is the air-dry clay gluten free? 

Asked by: Anonymous
Denny's got this! Crayola Air-Dry Clay does not contain wheat or any grain known to be a source of gluten. Although a product may not contain wheat or gluten ingredients, Crayola is not a gluten-free manufacturing facility. Since multiple Crayola products are produced in the same manufacturing facilities and on the same machinery, there is a slight chance of cross-contamination. While the protocols we follow are proprietary, my pack assures me that the machinery used to manufacture Crayola products is cleaned between production runs in a manner that meets or exceeds all regulations. Hope this helps!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-04-13

Which is the best paint to use with air dry clay 

Asked by: Lily
I am not saying this because I am biased - any Crayola paint would be a great choice. My personal recommendations are acrylic, tempera, washable and watercolors. Depending on who is doing the painting, you may want to also consider a washable vs. nonwashable paint product. You'll know because the package and product description will say if it's washable. Either way, we've got you covered!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-07-07

my clay is kind of fragile,after fully dry, pieces chipoff&such,could bakin harm it?Ovenbake,Im makin a gift for someone i know has cancer&dont want it to break,can i bake it?its been about 30+ hrs since dried, paint before or after bake? help!!

Asked by: Artsy.Fairy
Denny to the rescue! My team and I have put our tips together and have some advice to share when using Crayola Air-Dry Clay. First, do not bake the clay. If you do, it will not reinforce it - it will warp and discolor your sculpture. We don't want that to happen! Let the clay dry a little longer before handling. It takes up to 72 hours for the clay to fully dry. Once dry, feel free to add your colorful touch with Crayola paints. If you need further help, my pack is here for you at Crayola.com/support. Tell them Denny sent you!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2022-04-01

Can you put liquid in the project

Asked by: JessieR
I’m happy to share some of my expert tips with you! Water can be added to Air-Dry Clay to soften or join pieces. If too much water is added, simply allow clay to sit until excess water has evaporated. Just be careful not to get your project wet after it’s fully dry. Have a blast sculpting your masterpieces!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-03-02

Can we bake this product to dry it faster?

Asked by: Cat73
Denny, here! I do not suggest putting your creation in a kiln or oven. Your Air-Dry Clay masterpiece will typically dry within about 24-48 hours on its own, and be for display in no time!
Answered by: "Denny" Denim Blue Crayon
Date published: 2021-06-13
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