For the home clay artist who wants more, here comes the big clay home pottery kit! Now with more colours!
Air-dry clay does not need to be fired in a kiln and is very easy to work with. After working with it, it will dry out completely in around 3 to 4 days (depending on the thickness of the piece). Once dry, the piece can be decorated with acrylic paints and then made water resistant with a sealant.
Note: the tools included in the kit and the packaging of the clay may vary depending on our suppliers.
Important: even after the sealant is applied, pieces made with air-dry clay are NOT water or food safe. They should be use for decorative purposes only
Choose your colours:
- Metallic: 4 tubes of high quality acrylic colours (12ml each): bronze, copper, silver and gold
- Acrylic set: 12 tubes of high quality acrylic colours (12ml each): Titan white, lemon yellow, cadmium yellow, dark cadmium red, permanent red, cobalt blue, ultramarin, leaf green, sap green, ochre, burnt umbra and black
- Pastel: 12 tubes of of high quality acrylic colours (12ml each): light yellow, powder, pink, old pink, lavender, salmon, arctic, mint, dark sage, warm grey, light grey
- Neon: 6 tubes of high quality acrylic colours (12ml each): Titan white, neon yellow, neon orange, neon red, neon pink and neon green
The kit contains:
1kg of clay (pick whether you want the white or terracotta clay)
1 metal rib
1 tool to cut
1 rolling pin
2 wooden tools
1 brush to paint
1 small bottle of sealant (around 50ml)
A template to make a slab cup
German or English printed version of the cup instructions (the original tutorial is here www.meshandcloth.com/slabcup)
1 print out of our A5 clay sketch paper
Looking for a fun creative team event activity? You can order my kits and I will happily help you make the event very special. Have a look here for more information.
Don’t know where to start? Go over to our blog for instructions on how to make the cup: www.meshandcloth.com/slabcup
Tutorials at: https://www.meshandcloth.com/tutorials