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Anyone know of a really good air dry clay ??? not crayola stuff...

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Mrsbeeswax
Wed, 8 Dec 1999 06:55:54 EST


Hi All,
Hope you are not all stressed out by the time of year. Speaking of stress, I
am putting together my budget or next year and am looking for a really good
air dry clay.
Either red or grey.
Want to give my kids the clay experience, but the kiln type is out of the
realm of possibilities right now. Have tried a few but the coiled pieces
always seem to fall apart. I have them score the coils and have also tried to
put slip on to help adhere them. I just hate to see the kids face when the
thing breaks apart.
Any suggestions for a new air dry claybody would be appreciated. I buy the
current one in 25 lb. blocks.
Crayola wet set is too expensive for our budget, and the thought of having to
put each piece under water does not thrilll me.
Thanks in advance, Christine :)

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