Create Sculptures without Baking or Firing
Ideal for crafts and school projects, Air Dry Clay lets young artists create Terra Cotta sculptures without the hassle of a kiln or oven. This natural earth clay air-dries from wet clay to a hardened solid over two to three days. Easy to mold and sculpt, it is ideal for creating decorative items, plaques, or mini-sculptures.
Easy-to-Use Clay Molds with Water
Smoother, finer, and more moldable than traditional clay, Crayola Air Dry Clay softens with just a few drops of water. Simply add water to the clay, let the excess evaporate, and begin molding to create an original sculpture.
Ideal for Teaching Basic Sculpting Techniques
With Air Dry Clay, kids can create a huge range of different products using all the traditional sculpting techniques, such as pinching, coiling, score-and-weld, and slabbing. It is also well-suited for creating impressions, textures, and stamps.
Add a Splash of Color with Crayola Paints
Crayola Air Dry Clay works well with other Crayola products, including tempura paints, acrylic paints, and watercolors. Kids can paint over entire slabs or add simple accents to create a colorful final piece of art.
Finish Your Craft with Crayola Glazes
Using Crayola glazes (sold separately), children can add finishes to their sculptures. The clay also sticks to glitter, spangles, and other embellishments, so kids can bedazzle their sculptures however they want.
One 2.5-pound pack of Terra Cotta Air Dry Clay.