Experiments with air dry clay part 1!

Published March 18, 2015 by Craftydoll
I've long enjoyed working with clay and while I'm no expert I thought It would be fun to share a few of my efforts. I purchased this 25lb box of clay at Michaels for about eight dollars.

I’ve long enjoyed working with clay and while I’m no expert I thought It would be fun to share a few of my efforts. I purchased this 25lb box of clay at Michaels for about eight dollars.

This clay comes in white and terracotta. I using the terracotta for all the projects that you'll see today. This picture shows how the clay looks after it has dried out which take a couple of days.

This clay comes in white and terracotta. I’m using the terracotta for all the projects that you’ll see today. This picture shows how the clay looks after it has dried out which can take a couple of days.

This bird tile that I made is its air dried state.

This bird tile that I made is in its air dried state.

This little bird fell off of a tile that I sculpted while it was drying.

This little bird fell off of a tile that I sculpted while it was drying.

This tile that I sculpted was painted us acrylic paints. You can't see from this picture but, I glued it to a round piece of wood so that I could attach a hanger and display it.

This tile that I sculpted was painted using acrylic paints. You can’t see from this picture but, I glued it to a round piece of wood so that I could attach a hanger and display it.

This is another tile that's painted with acrylic paint and then I added a clear spray coat to seal it and give it a shine.

This is another tile that’s painted with acrylic paint and then I added a clear spray coat to seal it and give it a shine.

Shadow box Freida using air dry clay

Shadow box Freida.

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You know I had to try to make a doll! I'm quite pleased with results.

You know I had to try to make a doll! I’m quite pleased with results.

A little clay house!

A little clay house!

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