Scupley Premo is perfect for the more experienced clayers or artists!
Premo is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine details making it perfect for specialized techniques!
You can use tools on the clay for added detail and bake it at 130 degrees Celsius to enjoy permanent models and builds.
Polymer oven-bake clay is perfect for everything from custom jewelry pieces, home décor, sculptures, holiday decorations and more! The best part about oven-bake clay? It is incredibly soft and malleable and will retain its freshness even when exposed to air.
Are you ready to have the tools and know-how to create a clay project you'll be proud to show off? Read on to discover the benefits of polymer oven-bake clay, as well as popular uses and baking tips.
What Is Polymer Clay?
Polymer clay is a type of oven-bake modeling clay composed of resins, polymers, fillers and colouring agents. Available in a multitude of colours, including glow-in-the-dark, metallics and granite, polymer clay is a versatile material that will retain its color and size after the baking process. Thanks to these characteristics, polymer oven-bake clay can be used to simulate materials such as wood, porcelain, stone and faux stones.
Benefits of Creating With Polymer Oven-Bake Clay
Polymer oven-bake clay is highly pliable and used by makers of all ages to make alluring crafts, dolls, small sculptures, jewelry, home décor and more.
Because they are easy to work with and non-toxic, oven-bake clays are ideal for adults and children alike. Polymer oven-bake clay does not require a professional oven or kiln for curing. Simply follow the product directions on each Sculpey clay package for baking in a toaster oven or home oven. Oven-bake clay can be:
- Cut with tools.
- Pressed into molds.
- Sanded after baking.
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