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Use some of it as free-time, and save some for future years. That
stuff never really goes bad, and after a year or two of use, you won't
want to continue to save it. Put some fresh out then. Also use some
for making stamps/printmaking: use a pencil or blunt tool to draw into
the clay; paint or dip into ink, then stamp/print. The kids love it...
I use it as another method of printmaking when we do our printmaking
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