Last week Sculpey sent us some of their liquid polymer clay to play around with. It’s such a fun product to work on so many different kinds of projects, and easy to do with the kids! Here’s what we made…
I was familiar with Sculpey polymer clay before. They’re a favorite clay product of mine to make little treasures for the doll house and other trinkets that bake dry. But the liquid polymer clay was a new-to-me product and we were so excited to try it out.
You fill molds, or create your own window cling, and then bake to harden. You can also add in things like glitter, and sprinkles for some added dimension while it’s in the liquid form.
It’s strong and flexible, great for molds and jewelry work. Home decor pieces and embellishing clay. So many possibilities!
The girls and I worked on some pretty necklace pieces, and they also made a rainbow window cling and balloons.
I love the twist cap which has precise flow control. You can open it completely for a fast flow to fill a mold. Or, open it half way for detail work.
I also tried making a BLACK LIVES MATTER window cling but got started on the wrong surface. Darn! Remember to only use glass when you’re making the window clings.
It’s simple enough that even small kids can work on projects, and easy to wipe off while it’s still liquid before you bake it dry.
After filling the molds, pop them in the oven for 15 minutes to let them bake at 275 degrees F. The great thing about these silicone molds is they pop right out once baked. Add some string and you’re all set!