Make Your Own Clay?


Clay can be used as a modeling clay to many different projects. One way to make your own clay is to use baking soda, corn starch, and cold water. Put the baking soda and corn starch in a small saucepan and add the water. Cook over medium heat about 10 to 15 minutes, making sure to stir constantly. Remove from the heat when it has the consistency of wet mashed potatoes, place on a plate, and cover with a damp cloth. When the clay is cool, pat until smooth and then it is ready for use. Once it has been shaped, it can be dried and then heated in a low-heat oven for 10 to 15 minutes.
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Ways to Make Clay
Clay is a squishy, moldable type of soil that when wet can be used to make all sorts of materials such as bricks and pottery. Clay can be natural or man-made. For the most part, making your own clay for projects is a fairly inexpensive craft that uses... More »
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