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

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Aaron and Jennifer (THEGREEN99)
Wed, 8 Dec 1999 17:56:22 -0500


I would like to know, too... please...:)

Jennifer in Michigan
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From: Mrsbeeswax <Mrsbeeswax>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Date: Wednesday, December 08, 1999 7:05 AM
Subject: Anyone know of a really good air dry clay ??? not crayola stuff...

>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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