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Premo! Sculpey is firmer than Sculpey III, and extremely durable when baked! From the makers of other Sculpey clays, it's a premium line of polymer clay.
Designed especially to satisfy the needs of the artist, Premo! comes in a palette of vibrant colors modeled after those of oil paints. Beautiful used as is, they can also be mixed with other polymer clays, powders, or pigments for custom effects.
Perfect for everything from sculpture, bead making, unique wearable art, and molds, to rubber stamping and home décor, Premo! is ready-to-use straight from the package. Smooth and pliable, it's easy to knead, yet stays firm enough for detailed work without crumbling.
Oven baking hardens your creations, yet they remain flexible and durable, harder to break than those made with other clays.
Classics Set of 12
This set contains 12, 1 oz blocks, including one each of Purple, Cobalt Blue Hue, Green, Zinc Yellow Hue, Black, Silver, Rhino Gray, White, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Red Hue, Orange, and Gold.
Sampler Set of 24
This set is a great way to experiment with the most popular Primo! Sculpey colors. It contains 24, 1 oz blocks of clay, including one each of Antique Gold, Black, Bright Green Pearl, Bronze, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Yellow, Copper, Ecru, Gold, Gray Granite, Magenta Pearl, Orange, Peacock Pearl, Pearl, Pomegranate, Purple, Purple Pearl, Spanish Olive, Sunshine, Silver, Translucent, Turquoise, Wasabi, and White.
Color Chart Note — Use this color chart as an approximation of the real color. If exact color matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
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By Art instructor
from Tampa, Florida
Comments about Premo! Sculpey:
I used this Fimo clay in a class of students 7-12 years of age teaching how to make beads and it worked out perfectly.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from sparks, nv
A fresher batch than from the other local stores.
Premo Sculpey scuplts like a dream
from New Hampshire
Compared to Sculpey III Premo is harder and holds it's shape better. I recommend Sculpey III for kids and novices but Premo is the next level of polymer clay!
By Daisy's Hobbey
from Miami, FL
I have no complaints using this product to the sculpture Project that i am running into. Is very workable material from the beginning to the end so you can use it in every step of the sculpture process.
A good basic polymer clay
from Spencer, WI
Premo is a good basic polymer clay. It doesn't break when bent like Sculpey III does, and it doesn't need a lot of conditioning to make it workable. I just wish it came in the same colors as Sculpey III.
This product is very good
from Midwest IL
I use this product for making small to medium size figures.It kneads well and does well for making details.I have been using this product for 13 years and have not had any problems with it.
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Premo is Best Clay for Pokemon Characters
By Larry at Rumriver Art
from Anoka MN
Our summer campers used Premo polymer clay for their pokemon characters. The clay was great easy to work with, but not too soft.
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I am planning on purchasing more of this
from Peebles, OH
This product is easy to work with compared to others I have tried. Also arrived in great condition and earlier than I expected it to show up. Am very pleased all around.
from Sumnerville, MI
Basically the same quality I've come to expect with Premo/Sculpey products- very nice, bakes easily, comes out well. The translucent Sculpey doen't mold easily, but it bakes in a kind of beautiful way, and the colors are easy to mix. All the clay bakes sturdily and doesn't get messed up with the glaze. Also, it doesn't go dry with misuse as much as other brands. 10/10, 5/5.
Fun sampler of available colors
from Santa Rosa, CA
I wanted an array of colors that I wasn't able to find at any local craft stores and that's exactly what I got. The small (1 oz.) pkgs are sufficient to make a small set of beads or become part of a larger cane. My only problem was trying to figure out which colors were which - I might have recycled the packaging too soon - thought the listing of numbers followed by colors was going to be on each individual packet so saved that part of the package and recycled the rest. However, none of the packet numbers matched the ones on the piece of packaging I saved. I hope that makes sense. Anyway, it doesn't really matter to me that much but might make someone else hoppin' mad. As I said, I was slightly impatient to get the clay out and start playing with it so probably failed to notice what was right in front of me before tossing the packaging.
With so many Sculpey clays available it is hard to know which to choose. This video explains the difference among all the Sculpey "foundation" polymer clays, such as Original Sculpey, Sculpey III, Premo Sculpey, Super Sculpey and Super Sculpey Firm. Learn about the unique attributes of each — so you know exactly which product to select for your next polymer clay project.
When beginning with polymer clay, there are some important basic guidelines you should know in order to have successful results. This video tells you everything you need to know about conditioning methods, work surfaces and clean up when working with Sculpey Polymer Clay.
Have you ever seen those complicated and intricate polymer canes and thought you'd like to be able to create them yourself? We will show you how to start at the beginning making simple canes, and then combining them to create complex canes. For great tips and techniques, don't miss this video!
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Polymer clay artists have borrowed from this art form to create magnificent patterns. The results
are beautiful and impressive — and it's easier to make than you might think. We'll
show you three techniques and ideas of what you can create using these incredible designs.
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