You can create the same effect with "Claymache" a product sold at art
supply stores (usually) - it's ground up egg cartons and glue. Just mix
with water and use like "clay." It will dry in 1-3 days, depending on the
moisture in and tempertature of air. Best to let dry in the sun - takes
a few hours only.
On Mon, 3 Feb 1997, edith titus wrote:
> >Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1997 22:18:53 -0500
> >From:titus02 (edith titus)
> > Hi all! I'm also a student teacher at suny potsdam/st. lawrence
> >university. So fair warning....I'll have MANY STUPID QUESTIONS. I'm
> >writing in response to the workable quick drying clay. I saw the "clay"
> >on a craft show and remembered it for future usage. I haven't tried it
> >myself yet so I hope it works for you. One slice of white bread broke
> >up into pieces. One tablespoon "tacky glue" (one can buy it in a craft
> >store) and some acrylic paint for color. Mix this all real well with a
> >stick then with your hands. It's ready when all the color is uniform and
> >it does not stick all over your hands.