Frequently Asked Questions

All our modeling materials are certified non-toxic by the Art & Craft Materials Institute and bear the AP non-toxic seal.

You have the freedom to create projects of any size, from the most delicate miniatures to large sculpture installations.

If you're working on larger projects, consider using an armature or base to optimize material usage and maintain structural integrity.

The drying time for Creative Paperclay® Modeling Materials depends on various factors, such as size, thickness, humidity, and drying method.

Small and thin pieces may dry overnight, while larger or thicker projects may take several days. Humid environments may prolong drying times.

When in a hurry, you can use an oven at 200-250 degrees Farenheit for quicker drying, but be cautious about the materials you're using alongside the modeling clay such as armatures. Do not use the oven dryin method with our Delight™ Modeling Compound.

Our products are compatible with a wide range of paint types, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your project. Whether you prefer acrylic, watercolor, oil, or other paint varieties, they can be applied to the dried material.

Additionally, water base paint can be kneaded into our products while they are still moist. This method works best with the Delight™ Modeling Compound.

The choice of sealant for your Creative Paperclay® project depends on the project's nature and intended use. Options like Folk Art® Aerosol Lacquers or Glazes by Plaid are good spray lacquers we recommend. Delta Ceramcoat® Varnishes are an excellent choice if you prefer a brush-on varnish.

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