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  • Air-Dry Resin Clay

    Hey all,

    I've been buying Grace and Cosmos clay from Japan and Singapore, but it would be great if I could get it (or a similar equivalent) over here. Anybody know of any shops selling this in the UK?

    Thanks, Sarah x
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  • #2
    Uhm not sure if its the same but would Milliput be what you're after? you mix 2 equal parts together and mould then it dries over a few hours...
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      Originally posted by TerriWoah View Post
      Uhm not sure if its the same but would Milliput be what you're after? you mix 2 equal parts together and mould then it dries over a few hours...
      Hiya,
      Hmm I don't think it's the same kind of stuff - Milliput is air-drying but I think the textures are quite different. Resin clay stays a little flexible when cured so you can make really thin pieces that are less brittle.

      I did actually buy some Milliput to try a while ago, I don't know if I was doing something wrong but I found it really hard to work with - made a right mess with that!
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      • #4
        Yeah it can be quite difficult to get used it, at first it goes kind of gooey and a horrid consistency but leave it about 15 minutes and its a bit better also when it starts to dry a bit and crack you can smooth it over with a touch of water..... what did you want it for? making charms and such ?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by TerriWoah View Post
          Yeah it can be quite difficult to get used it, at first it goes kind of gooey and a horrid consistency but leave it about 15 minutes and its a bit better also when it starts to dry a bit and crack you can smooth it over with a touch of water..... what did you want it for? making charms and such ?
          Yup, for making charms - I might experiment with Fimo too perhaps...
          I thought there's probably an equilvalent available over here and somebody might know about it.

          It's not even mega expensive to import small amounts of the resin clays over - I'm just impatient and hate having to wait a few weeks for them to arrive!
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          • #6
            I've not heard of those clays - they sound fun. I think there is a similar product for sale in the States too.

            Mind you, if you can do the same thing with Fimo or Cernit, or one of the other European made polymer clays, it sure will be a lot easier to source your raw materials. Not to mention less air-miles etc!
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            • #7
              for your refference

              Originally posted by ejralph View Post
              I've not heard of those clays - they sound fun. I think there is a similar product for sale in the States too.

              Mind you, if you can do the same thing with Fimo or Cernit, or one of the other European made polymer clays, it sure will be a lot easier to source your raw materials. Not to mention less air-miles etc!
              Hi Sarah,
              this is for your refference claydoughandme.blogspot.com
              water resistant air-dried clay is also available here, very suitable for your charms

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              • #8
                Hi Sarah

                this is for your reference claydoughandme.blogspot.com
                water resistant air-dried clay is also provided here, very suitable for your charms

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                • #9
                  decoden clays...

                  Hello,
                  I had the same issues as you with these clays. MOD EDIT. Please read rules re advertising. Amy
                  Last edited by Critchley; 23-09-2013, 07:55 PM.

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