Air Dry Clay

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Air Dry Clay

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I am hoping someone will come along and have an answer. I am not doing anything elaborate like sculpting dolls with it but I would like to know what air dry clay is a good brand to use for just small projects. I appreciate any help and thank you in advance.
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We've always found DAS to be a reasonable air dry clay to use for making small projects, you need to keep it moist whilst you work with it or it becomes crumbly but that goes for most air dry clays. My daughter made me some flat, white little hearts to hang on the Christmas tree the other year, which she printed patterns into, varnished and strung with bells and ribbons to match my colour scheme. They turned out really well.
DAS is available in several colours as well as white which is good depending on your project and is usually fairly reasonably priced. I would think many of the clays are very similar, though we've mainly used DAS as we like it.
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Thank you so much Sandra I really appreciate your help. I will have a look for it.
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