Unleash your creativity with our range of polymer clay supplies! Choose from a wide range of colours and clay kits ranging from 10 pieces to 24. This type of clay is ideal for a number of arts and crafts projects, such as making jewellery, DIY home decor, sculptures and more.
Working with polymer clay is super easy. It’s soft enough that it blends easily, but firm enough that it can hold fine detail. Plus, it stays soft until it’s baked. Once hardened, it can be drilled, sanded, cut and painted. If you’ve got leftover clay, simply store it in an airtight container to use later on.
In Art to Art’s collection, you can also discover a range of jewellery and bead making kits, as well as a clay press to create flat sheets and a variety of different effects (like marbling).
Buy polymer clay art supplies online at Art to Art. Enjoy free shipping when you spend over $100 and same day dispatch. Buy now, pay later with Afterpay too. Before you go, don’t forget to check out the rest of our modelling and sculpting supplies, including our air drying clay and mould making supplies.
What is polymer clay?
It’s a modelling clay (plastic) that becomes hardened once baked. It’s typically used for arts and crafts, and can be used by both beginner and professional artists.
Does polymer clay need to be baked?
Yes, polymer clay has to be baked for it to harden. Baking time varies for the clay, but allow 30 minutes for every 6mm thickness of clay. The clay should be baked at 120-130 degrees celsius, and can be done in a home oven.
What is polymer clay used for?
Polymer clay can be used for a variety of things, such as:
How long does polymer clay last?
If stored in an airtight and cool environment, it will last indefinitely.
Is polymer clay good for beginners?
Absolutely! It’s very easy to create unique polymer clay art as a beginner. To get started, get a clay art kit with a number of colours and equip yourself with some clay sculpting tools. Then you just need some inspiration for what you want to create!