on 3/14/02 12:34 PM, Marvin P Bartel at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> The one exception might be to use paperclay, but I have not tried this myself.
> Paperclay has lots of paper pulp mixed with the clay and it may dry without
> cracking. It is much more forgiving. It can be fired like regular clay.
are you sure about this??? the commercial paper clay i've used is made of
paper pulp, talc, and white glue and it air dries hard as a rock. no where
in the directions does it say to fire it. are you referring to another type
linda in michigan