Let your creations come to life with the wide range of Sculpey art materials at Art to Art. From polymer clays and model making tools to glazes and oven safe moulds - we’ve got all the model making supplies you need!
The lightweight clay is soft enough for easy moulding and firm enough for fine details. Shop Sculpey art supplies online today at affordable prices and get free shipping when you spend over $100.
The Sculpey modelling clay at Art to Art can be used for a variety of projects, such as jewellery making, home decor, model making, large waterproof statues and more! They’re available in a wide range of vibrant and subtle colours to fit every artist's creative needs.
Whether you’re a beginner or a professional, Sculpey’s easy-to-use polymer clay is great for all kinds of creative ideas and artworks. Simply mould your clay and bake in the oven, and you’ll get a strong and long-lasting product. For more durability, seal your creation with an acrylic varnish of your choice!
Shop Sculpey art supplies online for endless crafting possibilities! Get free shipping when you spend over $100 and same-day dispatch. Plus, you can buy now and pay later with Afterpay. Before you go, be sure to check out our other art and craft supplies including our artist paint, paint brushes, air dry clay and balsa wood.
How do you bake Sculpey clay?
Sculpey oven baked clay can be baked in your conventional oven at home. Simply bake for 15 minutes per 6mm thickness on 130°C. For the best results, we recommend cleaning your oven beforehand and avoid exceeding the temperature.
Which Sculpey clay is the best?
It all depends on the type of crafting project you’re looking to create. A favourite amongst many artists is the Sculpey premo polymer clay, as it is suitable for a wide variety of projects and results in a strong and durable product every time!
How do you seal Sculpey clay?
The best way to seal your project is to coat your clay with a varnish or a glaze. If you want to paint your project, we recommend waiting until it's fully dry and following up with a varnish once the paint has dried.