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Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Translucent 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Translucent 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Translucent 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Sweet Potato 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Sweet Potato 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Sweet Potato 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Black 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Black 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Black 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Chocolate 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Chocolate 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Chocolate 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Blue 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Blue 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Blue 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Yellow 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Yellow 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Yellow 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Red 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Red 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Red 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Beige 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Beige 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Beige 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Tan 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Tan 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Tan 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Dusty Rose 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Dusty Rose 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Dusty Rose 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Leaf Green 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Leaf Green 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Leaf Green 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Emerald 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Emerald 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Emerald 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Purple 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Purple 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Purple 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.


Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Violet 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Violet 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Violet 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Red Hot Red 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Red Hot Red 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Red Hot Red 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Gold 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Gold 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Gold 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Pearl 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Suede Brown 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Suede Brown 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Suede Brown 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Fuchsia Pearl 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Fuchsia Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Fuchsia Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Glow in the Dark 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Glow in the Dark 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Glow in the Dark 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Silver 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Silver 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Silver 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Jewelry Gold 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Jewelry Gold 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Jewelry Gold 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Deep Red Pearl 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Deep Red Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Deep Red Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Candy Pink 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Candy Pink 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Candy Pink 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Sky Blue 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Sky Blue 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Sky Blue 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Lemonade 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Lemonade 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Lemonade 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Ballerina 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Ballerina 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Ballerina 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Spring Lilac 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Spring Lilac 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Spring Lilac 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - String Bean 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - String Bean 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - String Bean 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Granny Smith 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Granny Smith 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Granny Smith 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Just Orange 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Just Orange 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Just Orange 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Elephant Gray 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Elephant Gray 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Elephant Gray 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Hazelnut 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Hazelnut 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Hazelnut 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Buried Treasure 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Buried Treasure 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Buried Treasure 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Teal Pearl 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Teal Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Teal Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Princess Pearl 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Princess Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Princess Pearl 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
SSculpey III Polymer Clay - Acid Yellow 2 oz block Sculpey® III Polymer Clay - Acid Yellow 2 oz block

Sculpey III Polymer Clay - Acid Yellow 2 oz block

Sculpey® III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create! Great for beginners, kids and moms due to its soft easy to use texture Clay will stay soft until baked in home oven Extra clay can be stored and reused - won't dry out! Once cured clay can be painted, sanded, drilled and carved Easy clean up!

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sulpey III bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Sculpey III has the best detail and workability of the polymer clays. Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition. Sculpey III is soft, easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use with your metal clay to brighten up your designs.

Price: $2.45
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - White 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - White 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - White 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.


Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Spanish Olive 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Spanish Olive 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Spanish Olive 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Blush 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Blush 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Blush 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Wasabi 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Wasabi 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Wasabi 2 oz block

p>An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Pomegranate 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Pomegranate 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Pomegranate 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Black 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Black 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Black 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Burnt Umber 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Burnt Umber 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Burnt Umber 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Beige 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Beige 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Beige 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Ecru 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Ecru 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Ecru 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Green 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Green 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Green 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Cadmium Red 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Cadmium Red 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Cadmium Red 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Raw Sienna 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Raw Sienna 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Raw Sienna 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Fuchsia 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Fuchsia 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Fuchsia 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Purple 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Purple 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Purple 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.


Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Sunshine 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Sunshine 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Sunshine 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Ultramarine Blue 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Ultramarine Blue 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Ultramarine Blue 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Cadmium Yellow 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Cadmium Yellow 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Cadmium Yellow 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Pearl 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Pearl 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Pearl 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Purple Pearl 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Purple Pearl 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Purple Pearl 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Bright Green Pearl 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Bright Green Pearl 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Bright Green Pearl 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Peacock Pearl 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Peacock Pearl 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Peacock Pearl 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Gold 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Gold 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Gold 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Silver 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Silver 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Silver 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Copper 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Copper 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Copper 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Bronze 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Bronze 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Bronze 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - White Translucent 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - White Translucent 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - White Translucent 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Translucent 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Translucent 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Translucent 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Blue Glitter 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Blue Glitter 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Blue Glitter 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Frost White Glitter 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Frost White Glitter 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Frost White Glitter 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - 18K Gold 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - 18K Gold 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - 18K Gold 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Antique Gold 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Antique Gold 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Antique Gold 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Gray Granite 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Gray Granite 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Gray Granite 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Cobalt Blue 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Cobalt Blue 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Cobalt Blue 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Zinc Yellow 2 oz block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Zinc Yellow 2 oz block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Zinc Yellow 2 oz block

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Poppy Seed 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Poppy Seed 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Poppy Seed 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.


Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Pistachio 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Pistachio 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Pistachio 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Cherry Pie 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Cherry Pie 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Cherry Pie 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Turnip 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Turnip 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Turnip 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Igloo 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Igloo 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Igloo 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Canary 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Canary 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Canary 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Bluestone 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Bluestone 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Bluestone 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Jade 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Jade 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Jade 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Pumpkin 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Pumpkin 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Pumpkin 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Latte 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Latte 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Latte 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Robin's Egg 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Robin's Egg 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Robin's Egg 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Sea Glass 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Sea Glass 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Sea Glass 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Cowboy 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Cowboy 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Cowboy 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Royalty 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Royalty 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Royalty 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Concrete 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Concrete 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Concrete 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Alizarin Crimson Hue 2 oz Block Premo Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Alizarin Crimson Hue 2 oz Block

Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay - Alizarin Crimson Hue

An artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Fluorescent Pink 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Fluorescent Pink 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Fluorescent Pink

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Graphite Pearl 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Graphite Pearl 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Graphite Pearl

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Opal 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Opal 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Opal

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Rose Gold Glitter 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Rose Gold Glitter 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Rose Gold Glitter

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Sunset Pearl 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Sunset Pearl 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Sunset Pearl

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Twinkle Twinkle 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Twinkle Twinkle 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Twinkle Twinkle

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Yellow Gold Glitter 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - Yellow Gold Glitter 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - Yellow Gold Glitter

A very good clay for making custom forms, dies, and models for working with metal clay. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

The same great polymer clay as Premo! but these enhanced accent clays allow for making exciting and unique projects! Available in Glitter, Granite, Metallics, Translucents, and Pearls, these Premo! Sculpey Accent clays can be used alone or with other Premo! clays to create beautiful and unique projects. Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - White Gold Glitter 2 oz block Premo Accent Sculpey® Polymer Clay - White Gold Glitter 2 oz block

Premo Accent Sculpey Polymer Clay - White Gold Glitter 2 oz block

The same great polymer clay as premo Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the premo Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette. Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Premo! Sculpey Accents bake to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use Polymer clay to add brilliant colors to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Guava 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Guava 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Guava 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Cinnamon 2 oz block Sculpey® Souffle Polymer Clay - Cinnamon 2 oz block

Sculpey Souffle Polymer Clay - Cinnamon 2 oz block

Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Soufflé is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making!
Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong, self supporting and will not crack when baked in large pieces. Beautiful suede finish when baked.

Basic Instructions:

Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:

Sculpey Souffle bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 30 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting.

Changing the Consistency of Clay:

Sculpey clays have the unique ability to be made as firm or as soft as you like. To make your clay softer, simply add a few drops of Sculpey Mold Maker™ until desired consistency is reached. To make your clay more firm, roll your clay into a sheet. Sandwich your flat clay between 8-10 sheets of plain white copy paper. Place a weight on top of your clay (a phone book works great) and allow to sit for 1-24 hours, checking periodically.

Pre-Baking Test:

Home oven temperatures may vary significantly depending on your oven, affecting the baking of your clay. To test the temperature of your oven prior to baking, pinch off a small ball of clay. Shape a disc about a 1/2" in diameter, approximately a 1/4" thick. Fire at appropriate temperature. Remove from oven and check color. Any darkened areas indicate that your oven is too hot. Lower your oven temperature by 10ºF and repeat test.



Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Price: $2.60
Metallic Black Confetti Sprinkles Metallic Black Confetti Sprinkles

Metallic Black Confetti Sprinkles

Use these festive and fun sprinkles to put little dashes of sparkling metallic color in your polymer clay. These nontoxic sparkles will not discolor or change shape when dried with heat. Use with Mica Powder for varied highlights and textures.

Price: $3.45
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Champagne 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Champagne 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Champagne 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Gold 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Green Gold 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Green Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Green Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Pink Gold 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Pink Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Pink Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Rich Gold 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Rich Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Rich Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Turquoise Gold 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Turquoise Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Turquoise Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Antique Gold 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Antique Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Antique Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Copper 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Copper 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Copper 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Bronze 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Bronze 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Bronze 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Antique Bronze 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Antique Bronze 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Antique Bronze 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Silver 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Silver 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Silver 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Pearl White 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Pearl White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Pearl White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Steel 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Steel 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Steel 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Hematite 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Hematite 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Hematite 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Blue 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Red 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Magenta 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Magenta 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Magenta 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Turquoise 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Rust 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Rust 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Rust 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Metallic Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter White 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Night Glow 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Night Glow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Night Glow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter Gold 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter Gold 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter Silver 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter Silver 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Glitter Silver 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Sapphire 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Sapphire 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Sapphire 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Turquoise Blue 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Turquoise Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Turquoise Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Bordeaux 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Bordeaux 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Bordeaux 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Ruby Red 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Ruby Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Ruby Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Lime Green 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Lime Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Lime Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Emerald 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Emerald 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Emerald 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Amber 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Amber 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Amber 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Green 2oz (56g) block Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Fuchsia 2oz (56g) block Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Fuchsia 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Neon Polymer Clay - Fuchsia 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Savanna 2oz (56g) block Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Savanna 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Savanna 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Granite 2oz (56g) block Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Granite 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Granite 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Basalt 2oz (56g) block Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Basalt 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Nature Polymer Clay - Basalt 2oz (56g) block

Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Polymer Clay - Soft Mix 2oz (56g) block Cernit Polymer Clay - Soft Mix 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Polymer Clay - Soft Mix 2oz (56g) block

If you notice that some of your Cernit polymer clay has lost its flexibility due to, for example, poor storage, you can use the softener without fear of discoloring the color.
For 2/3 of Cernit polymer clay use 1/3 of the softener. If necessary, use the pasta machine to mix faster and more efficiently. Once it is well mixed and your clay uniform, you can work normally. The color does not change anything. All ranges, including the Doll, can be softened using this article. In countries with extreme temperatures, the softener may be needed to soften a very cold clay or a clay that was stored in a place that is a bit too warm.
The baking mode of the Cernit does not change if you use the Soft Mix.



Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque clay line. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Champagne 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Champagne 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Champagne 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Grey 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Grey 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Grey 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Blue 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Caribbean 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Caribbean 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Caribbean 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Periwinkle 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Periwinkle 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Periwinkle 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Blue Ciel 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Blue Ciel 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Blue Ciel 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Duck Blue 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Duck Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Duck Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Navy Blue 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Navy Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Navy Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Turquoise Blue 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Turquoise Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Turquoise Blue 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Red 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Wine Red 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Wine Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Wine Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Carmine 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Carmine 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Carmine 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Peach 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Peach 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Peach 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Carnation 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Carnation 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Carnation 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Poppy Red 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Poppy Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Poppy Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - X-Mas Red 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - X-Mas Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - X-Mas Red 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Pink 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Pink 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Pink 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - English Pink 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - English Pink 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - English Pink 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Raspberry 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Raspberry 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Raspberry 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Green 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Lime Green 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Lime Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Lime Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Emerald Green 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Emerald Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Emerald Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Olive 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Olive 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Olive 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Lichen 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Lichen 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Lichen 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Turquoise Green 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Turquoise Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Turquoise Green 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Yellow 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Vanilla 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Vanilla 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Vanilla 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Yellow Ochre 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Yellow Ochre 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Yellow Ochre 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Sahara 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Sahara 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Sahara 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Orange 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Brown 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Brown 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Brown 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Taupe 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Taupe 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Taupe 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Violet 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Mauve 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Mauve 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Mauve 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Purple 2oz (56g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Purple 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Purple 2oz (56g) block

Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

Basic Instructions:
Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

Baking Times:
Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

Price: $4.00
Cernit Varnish - Matt 30ml Cernit Varnish - Matt 30ml

Cernit Varnish - Matt 30ml

Finish and protect your polymer clay jewelry with Cernit varnish.

  • Water-based varnish, transparent after drying
  • Resistant to plasticizers
  • Resistant to water (becomes a bit white, but will turn transparent again after re-drying)
  • Very resistant to scratches

  • Directions:

  • After baking of the polymer clay, clean the item thoroughly with alcohol
  • Apply 2-3 coats of varnish (allowing a drying time of one hour between each application)
  • When varnish is dry to the touch, bake it in a preheated oven for 15 minutes at 230°F/110°C
  • 48 hours cooling needed for a maximum hardness
  • Clean up with water
  • Price: $6.85
    Cernit Varnish - Glossy 30ml Cernit Varnish - Glossy 30ml

    Cernit Varnish - Glossy 30ml

    Finish and protect your polymer clay jewelry with Cernit varnish.

  • Water-based varnish, transparent after drying
  • Resistant to plasticizers
  • Resistant to water (becomes a bit white, but will turn transparent again after re-drying)
  • Very resistant to scratches

  • Directions:

  • After baking of the polymer clay, clean the item thoroughly with alcohol
  • Apply 2-3 coats of varnish (allowing a drying time of one hour between each application)
  • When varnish is dry to the touch, bake it in a preheated oven for 15 minutes at 230°F/110°C
  • 48 hours cooling needed for a maximum hardness
  • Clean up with water
  • Price: $6.85
    Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 8.8oz (250g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 8.8oz (250g) block

    Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 8.8oz (250g) block

    Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

    After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
    Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

    Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

    Basic Instructions:
    Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

    Baking Times:
    Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

    Price: $13.45
    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 8.8oz (250g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 8.8oz (250g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 8.8oz (250g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

    After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
    Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

    Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

    Basic Instructions:
    Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

    Baking Times:
    Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

    Price: $13.45
    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 8.8oz (250g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 8.8oz (250g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 8.8oz (250g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

    After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
    Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

    Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

    Basic Instructions:
    Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

    Baking Times:
    Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

    Price: $13.45
    Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 17.7oz (500g) block Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 17.7oz (500g) block

    Cernit Translucent Polymer Clay - Translucent White 17.7oz (500g) block

    Cernit polymer clay can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

    After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
    Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

    Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

    Basic Instructions:
    Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

    Baking Times:
    Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

    Price: $23.85
    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 17.7oz (500g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 17.7oz (500g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Opaque White 17.7oz (500g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

    After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
    Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

    Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

    Basic Instructions:
    Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

    Baking Times:
    Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

    Price: $23.85
    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 17.7oz (500g) block Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 17.7oz (500g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay - Black 17.7oz (500g) block

    Cernit Number One Polymer Clay is the original opaque line of clay. It can be moulded, sculpted, used with or without tools, textured, printed or mixed with stones, pearls, feathers, mica powders, paints, and more. After baking, the clay is waterproof and it can be baked several times if you wish to add bits to your work.

    After baking, the clay can still be worked with. It can be sanded, drilled, painted, polished or varnished. Baked Cernit also keeps some flexibility and does not break easily. This is a huge asset for creating flowers, bracelets with no clasp or other fine jewelry that needs to keep a certain flexibility.
    Cernit does not stain hands or tools and is odorless, even during baking.

    Polymer clay is also a wonderful way to explore designs without risking your precious metal clay. Work out your designs in this clay before executing in metal clay. Bake and use as a mold. Use polymer clay to add brilliant color to your jewelry designs.

    Basic Instructions:
    Start with clean hands and work surface. Recommended work surfaces include Cool Tools Clayboard, glass surfaces, disposable foil, or wax paper. For best results, work light colors before dark colors to avoid staining clay. Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. When connecting two pieces of clay together, press firmly to ensure they stick together after baking. See baking times below. Do not use microwave oven. Do not exceed the recommended baking temperature or baking time.

    Baking Times:
    Pre-heat electric oven at 265°F/130°C. Bake for 30 minutes maximum.

    Price: $23.85