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Foam Clay is an Air Drying Modelling Clay with a unique texture. It is very soft and easy to use, making it ideal for children and beginners.

Foam Clay is a foam like paste with 3D properties. It is made up of very small foam beads that can be rolled between your hands and pressed on to objects.

Use Foam Clay to decorate and cover paper mache objects, mirrors, picture frames, sketchbooks, scrapbooks, polystyrene balls and more! You can make keyrings with it, piggy banks, ornaments, art and craft projects, school projects, etc.

You can even roll Foam Clay out on to a plastic sheet, let it air dry, and then cut it with scissors or a craft punch to create shapes. These can then be stuck on to objects using glue or wet Foam Clay.

The drying time of Foam Clay depends on the size and thickness of the object that you have moulded it around. It will take approximately 1 - 3 days and will retain it's shape and colour once dry. Foam Clay is a self hardening clay. Do not put it in the oven to harden.

All colours are inter-mixable and very vibrant. Knead the Foam Clay well before use and store any unused clay in an air tight plastic container so that it does not dry out.

Not suitable for children under 3.

Product code: CRE789X

Foam Clay 35g Pots Single Colours

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Foam Clay is an Air Drying Modelling Clay with a unique texture. It is very soft and easy to use, making it ideal for children and beginners.

Foam Clay is a foam like paste with 3D properties. It is made up of very small foam beads that can be rolled between your hands and pressed on to objects.

Use Foam Clay to decorate and cover paper mache objects, mirrors, picture frames, sketchbooks, scrapbooks, polystyrene balls and more! You can make keyrings with it, piggy banks, ornaments, art and craft projects, school projects, etc.

You can even roll Foam Clay out on to a plastic sheet, let it air dry, and then cut it with scissors or a craft punch to create shapes. These can then be stuck on to objects using glue or wet Foam Clay.

The drying time of Foam Clay depends on the size and thickness of the object that you have moulded it around. It will take approximately 1 - 3 days and will retain it's shape and colour once dry. Foam Clay is a self hardening clay. Do not put it in the oven to harden.

All colours are inter-mixable and very vibrant. Knead the Foam Clay well before use and store any unused clay in an air tight plastic container so that it does not dry out.

Not suitable for children under 3.

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