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Crayola Air Dry Clay 5 Lb Bucket, White

* Smoother, finer and less sticky than traditional clay; needs no oven or kiln
* Softens easily with water and quickly cleans from hands and surfaces.
* Use with traditional techniques such as pinch, coil, slab, and score-and-weld; make stamped impressions or beads; embed found objects.
* Can be painted with tempera, acrylic or watercolors when dry.
* Resists cracking
* Convenient reusable plastic bucket helps keep clay fresh.
* Also available in a 25 lb. Value Pack

Crayola Air-Dry Clay hardens without the use of a kiln or oven. Its smooth, pliable texture softens easily with water. This natural, white earth clay hardens within a few days and can be painted with watercolors, tempura, or acrylic paints when dry. The generously sized, 5-pound bucket is ideal for classrooms and groups.

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Crayola Air-Dry Clay

Natural, white earth clay hardens within a few days and can be painted with watercolors, tempura, or acrylic paints when dry. View larger.

Easy-to-Use Clay Air-Dries

The Crayola Air-Dry Clay is made with natural, white earth clay that is easy to manipulate and sculpt. The smooth, pliable material is finer and less sticky than traditional clay. This air-dry clay softens easily with water, cleans up quickly from surfaces. It’s easy to use with tools like plastic forks, combs, and rolling pins.

Decorate Dry Pieces with Paint or Varnish

The clay air dries in just a few days, so there’s no need for traditional ceramic firing in an oven or kiln. Finished pieces can be decorated with paint or varnish when dry, providing plenty of opportunity to foster creativity in your child.

Bucket Is Ideal for Classrooms and Groups

This 5-pound bucket of Crayola Air-Dry Clay is ideal for classrooms, large art projects, or everyday use. It is packaged in a convenient resealable container for easy storage.

About Crayola: Art and Imagination

Crayola art supplies and creative activities help children develop imagination while practicing fine and gross motor skills. Children can express, create, and connect with color. Watch kids‘ confidence and independence grow as they learn through colorful play.

What’s in the Box

Crayola Air-dry Clay, 5-pound bucket.

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Air-Dry Clay
At a Glance:
  • Natural, white earth clay air dries without kiln or oven
  • Smooth, pliable clay is less sticky than traditional clay
  • Air-dry clay softens easily with water
  • Finished pieces can be painted or varnished
  • Clay is packaged in a resealable container
  • For ages 6 and up
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Product Features

  • Great for classrooms, art rooms and group activities
  • Quick and simple alternative to complex traditional ceramic firing process
  • Smoother, finer and less sticky than traditional clay
  • Softens easily with water and quickly cleans from hands and surfaces
  • Can be painted with tempera, acrylic or watercolors when dry

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3 comments to Crayola Air Dry Clay 5 Lb Bucket, White

  • Anzu

    Even great in College! Im 18 and in my first year of college. Since begining of high school after i finished my first pottery class , i went to go buy some air dry clay and see how well it does to the techniques i learned on the Earthenware clay that required a kiln. I’ve tryed a few brands of it, but this one has the closest consistancy to the earthenware so far that i’ve found.I use this at a College/semi-proffesional level.IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW!!1.) if its extremely WET, its like that for a reason. This clay can dry very fast depending on how much you work with it, your hands adsorb miosture so it’s wet for a reason.Work with it, it’ll become dry and you can work with it easier.2.) IF IT’s DRY add water,as all air dry clay you can just add water let it sit there and then it’ll turn back to its original state. If you made something and its already dried out, crumble/break it up and put it with enough water to slightly cover it back into the little tub it came with. It’ll turn into a mud like conistancy but can be used again, open the tub for a bit everyday till it drys back to a clay texture, or if u dont mind getting dirty just mold it with your hands back and fourth and it’ll dry back to clay texture.3.) if something falls off, just wet the ends a bit let them get a little (idk a good word to desribe it) gummy/tacky and stick them together and smooth the crack over. It’ll fuse back together as it dries again.4.) if you want to paint this, use acrylic or latex paint. It will make it semi-resistant to water. If you want it rlly water resistant buy a clear air drying glaze from the craft store. They make it resistant to water.5.) lastly you can make small thin details with this, but it takes practice and patience. You will need to add a few layers of glaze to protect it from breaking easily. In certain pieces that i know i will paint later, i take serran rap and glue it over the piece where-ever it might break easy ( this is a slow process but it will make it rlly resistant to breaking)and then paint over it a few times.I can say this is worth the time to do, i have made a detailed butterfly coy fish with this process, its been banged up a bit but has yet to break.Good Luck and have fun with this great product

  • NC Gal "NC Gal"

    Crayola Air-Dry Clay (5t lb bucket) Bought this for my 6 year old granddaughter. She has had a lot of fun with it. She found it easy to use by herself. Even though the product is firm, after rolling it in her warm hands, she was able to mold it easily. I think this is a great product for anyone who is artsy. I like it because it lets her imagination run wild and she can create whatever she wants to. I highly suggest this for those who have a creative side to them.

  • MariaP

    fine clay Good quality clay. It does not crumble or produce dust when dry. My daughter enjoys it.

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