Transparent sticky modeling clay, that's what Sticky Clay is. It takes a while to get used to it and feels a little scary and strange when you take it out of the jar. It doesn't stick to your fingers, but still it sticks to all kinds of other surfaces! You can mix it with other hobby materials, e.g. glitters, beads, threads, grains, sequins, etc. In different ways you can decorate and pimp objects with this sticky clay. Sticky Clay sticks to paper, cardboard, papier-mâchė, (unpainted) terracotta, wood, textiles, etc. The clay and kneading is best done on a clay math, glass plate or transparent sleeve.
When opening the jar we were also surprised by the smell, it smells very nice and playing with it was also a nice experience. After kneading, small spooks arose at us and eyelets were immediately pressed. They stick immediately and that's how our ghost pendants arose.
Make a loop of a string and stick it on the back. The string is immediately wall fixed! Do you have little sparkles or little beads? Put some on a saucer and knead some clay with the glitters.
- Let the ghots dry for 24 hours, then you can hang them, but they still stick when they touch each other. You can also use them as a window sticker if you don't put a string on it. You can stick them on a glass and put a tea light (on batteries) in it. The light shines through the ghosts...
- After 2 days of drying, they no longer stick, but they are still flexible. They don't stick together anymore. Keep the ghots separately from each other in a sleeve so that you want to bring them out every year.
And of course we also make a pot where we can put some branches in, so that the ghots can hang in it. A nice table decoration, or to put in front of the window during the creepy party. Knead the glitter again through the Sticky Clay and cover the wooden bowl with a layer of mixture.
Tip: The Sticky Clay can be used in different ways. You can also flatten a layer, let it dry and then stick out with a baking mold, you can paste many objects with it. And it can even be used as a grout in mosaics!
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