Washing & Care Information: Crayola Air-Dry Clay colors contain colorants that may stain. Store unused clay in an airtight container. Do not store clay to which water has been added. Do not allow finished pieces to come into contact with food or liquids. While Clay is Wet: Add water to soften or join pieces. Works with traditional techniques (coil, slab, pinch, score-and-weld). Use rubber stamps or textured materials to make impressions. Press beads, small stones or other decorative items directly into clay. Pieces greater than 1/4 inch thick are more durable and less fragile than thinner pieces. When Clay is Dry: Large, thick pieces may be carved with clay tools (use adult supervision). Thoroughly dry pieces may be painted with tempera, acrylic or watercolor.
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