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Sculpey III has the same excellent handling qualities as regular Sculpey, only it's softer and more pliable, making it easy to condition.
It bakes to hardness in the oven at 275°F (130°C) for 15 minutes per ¼" (6 mm) thickness. It requires no painting. Individual colors are sold in 2 oz (57 g) blocks.
Contains 30 assorted Sculpey III colors in 1 oz (28 g) blocks. The Sampler Set is a great way to try out a variety of colors without buying larger blocks. Colors include Black, Emerald, Violet, Yellow, Camouflage, Red Hot Red, Just Orange, Ballerina, Gentle Plum, Light Blue Pearl, Translucent, Sweet Potato, Blue, Deep Red Pearl, Pearl, Spring Lilac, Suede Brown, Granny Smith, Gold, Lemonade, Hot Pink, Chocolate, Beige, Turquoise, Leaf Green, Sky Blue, Silver, Red, White, and Teal Pearl.
Bright Ideas Set
Contains 10 blocks, 2 oz (57 g) each. Granny Smith, Hot pink, Fuschia Pearl, Just Orange, Violet, Turquoise, White, Purple, Yellow, Red Hot Red.
Classic Collection Set
Contains 10 blocks, 2 oz (57 g) each. White, Black, Chocolate, Blue, Yellow, Red, Beige, Emerald, Purple, and Just Orange.
Contains 10 blocks, 2 oz (57 g) each. White, Moss, Beige, Sweet Potato, Elephant Gray, Suede Brown, Hazelnut, Tan, Black, and Red.
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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The very best polymer clay
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This polymer clay is easily workable, bakes perfectly, and is fun to use.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Sculpey III clay - perfect condition - best price
By New Faerie Sculptor
from Raleigh, NC
I bought the Sculpey III clay for making clay figures - 1/12 scale realistic human sculptures. Well, almost human - I'm sculpting fairies with realistic but quite thin human characteristics. This is the first polymer clay I have used, so I am still learning how to use it. The Sculpey III clay is a little soft and sticky for such small figures, but I can still make it work. I got a great price (best on the internet - on ten 1-lb and six 2-oz packages) at Dick Blick, and I hope I can get it again for more clay later. The clay arrived in perfect condition (no heat damage), so I am totally pleased.
I would buy this product all the time
I have been using Sculpy III for years and never been disappointed with this product.
I love sculpey!
By Mountain mystic
from Paonia, Co
I just received my sculpey order to make gifts for the holidays and I'm so excited! I love the texture and ease of this product, thanks Dick Blick!!!
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Too soft for my reequirements
from Kenmore, WA
I am a new user of polymer clay. What I like about Sculpy III is how soft it is. What I don't like about Sculpy III is how soft it is! Sculpy III is certainly easy on the hands if you have mobility problems. Over all I found the product was a bit too soft and sticky. It was hard to work details and to remove from the mold I was using
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from Athens, Ohio
I've gone into many areas of creating art: oils, cllay, glass,you name it. Since being diagnosed with terminal cancer I started doing jewelry pieces in polymer caly. It affords me creative avenues; I can make pieces that have value in he market and I'm not taking up a lot of space in making use of the clay. So for maybe a year I'll see what I can do in Sculpey products.As usual Blick has good prices and speedy delivery times.Thank you for your interest.
I got the Sculpey to bring to Rwanda to make clay snowmen for snow globes with the orphans in a Rafiki village. Sculpey is one of my preferred brands, and with the quantity I needed ordering through dickblick was the best.
Perfect choice for our group
from Des Moines, IA
I used sculpey III with our VBS camp art track. The kids loved making turtles with their clay. It was easy for little hands to work with, and bakes quickly so everyone was able to take their creation home that night.
Discontinued Sculpy Color
A color that I needed had been discontinued and Blick had it. So I purchased a bunch and I'm quite happy. Thanks Blick.
Will use again
from San Francisco, CA
I bought these sets for my students grades 2-5. The kids loved the colors and the value is good. Once the product is worked is starts to get soft from warm hands. I would prefer a product that stays more stiff. We made mille fiori canes and shaped each slice into hearts. The colors bled into the white a little. It bakes easily. Overall this is a good product so I am definitely using it again. And I will buy more sets for future projects because the color selection is nice.
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