Message: 16
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 13:37:31 -0500
From: "Szalay Family" <szalays@...>
Subject: Craft

Hello All,

I am planning a messy day with the children and we would like to do
something with clay. I have some recipes for home made clay but it never
really worked for us, so I want to visit Michael's and get something
from their.

Can any of you suggest a brand or a type of clay for small and medium
size projects, figurines, sculptures etc.

Thank you
Mom to Daniel 02-20-91, Christian 02-20-91, Thomas 12-25-97, Michael
in Innisfil (Churchill), Ontario

You could go to a pottery or ceramics supply store and get a 25lb bag of
real clay for under $10. If you keep it closed tightly it will last for
years. After you make the creations and let them dry take them back to the
store for firing. The cost to fire a small firgure would only be about 50
cents. I recommend the book "Ceramics for Kids: Creative Clay Projects to
Pinch, Roll, Coil, Slam & Twist
by Mary Ellis".


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