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Clay Tag DIY | creating with air-dry clay | by maritzagarcia.website
Hello friend. Over here it seems I can't stop making stuff with my air-dry clay.
Normally air-dry clay takes 1-3 days to completely dry and no matter how careful. You still get shriveling due to moisture loss along the way. Especially around the edges, and not to mention. A little curling here and there too. I've found that placing a separate cardboard sheet on top of my clay with a little weight from a stack of magazines helps the clay dry flat(er). However, the wrinkly cracks are unavoidable with Crayola Air-Dry Clay.
Well, even with all that said. I can honestly tell you. It's still my first choice of clay to date. *In my defense. I haven't got around to experimenting with other clay brand. So I can't compare it to any other out there. However, when or if I ever do change brands. I'll make sure to keep you informed.
Here you have a peek at the way my clay creations look in their all natural state. I had a friend tell me she liked the way the clay looks in it's own ceramic color + texture. She said it looks so organic! Thank you Asami @www.asamihasegawa.com/blog/ and you know what, I agree.
Well my friend. Please stay tuned as a feverishly finish that 4th of July DIY I promised a few days back. Trust me. You don't want to miss it. I hope to have it on the blog first thing tomorrow afternoon. Until next time. Happy Crafting!