Homemade Cold Porcelain Air Dry Clay

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Materials Used:-

  • 1 cup Cornstarch
  • 1 cup glue
  • 2 tablespoons Baby oil
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice or vinegar
  • Moisturizer cream(for kneading)

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Step 1:

Use a good non stick pan for preparing your clay.

Measure out your ingredients.

Start by putting you corn starch in the pan.

Step 2:

Pour in the Glue.

Step 3:

Whisk it properly so that there are no lumps.

Step 4:

Pour in the baby oil and Vinegar.

Step 5:

Mix well.

Step 6:

Put it on gas and stir well.

Step 7:

Dont worry if it forms clots. That's the way it cooks.

Step 8:

Once it forms into a whole lump and leaves the sides of your pan, take it off the gas.

Step 9:

For Kneading , spread a small amount of moisturizer on to your counter and hands.

Knead your clay to soften it.Be very careful, as your clay would be hot.

Knead it atleast for 10 to 15 mins.

Step 10:

Use a zip lock or Plastic wrap to store your clay.

The clay would be warm, so when you put in the wrap it would from moisture. Clean the moisture with a clean cloth. Keep cleaning the moisture till the clay is cool.

Step 11:

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    7 Discussions

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    accnec64

    6 months ago

    is it Waterproof or not?
    I used Italian clay but that was not sticking well on mugs and destroy when it wash, tell me what i do know

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    Jynx0854

    2 years ago

    Just found this & haven't made it. But thank you from a crafter that can't always buy premade stuff.

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    mrsmerwin

    2 years ago

    The problem I have had before is the clay cracking as it dries. Your recipe is slightly different. Does it still crack if you make something that is a little bit thicker?

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    rajiscrafthobbymrsmerwin

    Reply 2 years ago

    me too tried lot of recipes ....but this one worked for me....no...there were no cracks.......do give it a try by changing the quantities a bit....might work out for u!!!! :)