Self Drying Clay

The biggest advantage of air-drying clay is, of course, that you don't have to bake it in an oven. This means you can be 100% sure of how your piece will look, even after it has dried. This clay is particularly suitable for smaller projects and is very easy to paint over. So, if you're not entirely happy with the color, you can simply change it once it's dry.

With air-drying clay, you need to be very careful to ensure your piece doesn't dry out before you're completely satisfied with it. Once it has dried, you can't make any changes. The best tip for working at your own pace is to keep the clay slightly moist. Not too wet, as the clay will become sticky, but slightly damp. You should also regularly moisten your hands while sculpting. This just works best!

Are you taking a break but want to finish your piece later? Wrap it in a damp cloth and place it in an airtight container in the fridge. This way, you can continue your work later without it drying out prematurely.

Satisfied with your piece? Simply let the air-drying clay dry naturally. Want an even better finish afterward? Take some fine sandpaper and smooth out your work before applying a varnish.

Buying air-drying clay online?

The air-drying clay you find at can be easily purchased online. Just add it to your cart, fill in your details, and check out. Planning to do a lot of crafting? Order €40 worth of products, and you won't have to pay for shipping! And if you order before 12 PM today, we'll ship your order the same day. It will arrive at your home as soon as possible, so you can start crafting right away.

What types of air-drying clay are in the assortment?

Smarta - The best thing about Smarta air-drying clay is that it comes in no fewer than 30 different colors. Besides the air-drying white clay, Smarta also offers gold, black, silver, neon colors, and more. Which Smarta color will you choose?

Darwi - Darwi air-drying clay is perhaps the most well-known air-drying clay on the market. Unique in composition, Darwi only offers basic colors. But have you sculpted something beautiful? You can easily paint it with our Candence acrylic paints. Since last year, Darwi has also introduced concrete-look air-drying clay.

Padico - Are you fond of flowers? Then you can easily sculpt them with the Padico Hearty series. Or are you interested in making dolls? Check out the Premix or Premier air-drying clay series from Padico.

Fimo - The largest manufacturer of polymer clay, Fimo, also offers basic colors in an air-drying clay variant. Fimo provides white, terracotta, gray, wood, or skin-colored clay. Want to make pots? Use the terracotta-colored Fimo clay!

Creall - Lastly, Creall air-drying clay. It adheres well to almost any surface and doesn't stick to your hands.

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