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Clay Recipe #2

Ingredients:

1 cup salt
2 cups flour
1-1/2 cups water
2 tablespoons vegetable oil

Directions

Mix all the ingredients. Bake the clay in a 250 degree oven.

This will take several hours for the clay to harden.



Clay Recipe #1

Ingredients:

1 cup corn starch
2 cups baking soda
1-1/4 cups cold water

Directions:

In a saucepan, add 1 cup corn starch and 2 cups baking soda. Mix well.

Add the water and heat until mixture is a moist, mashed potato consistency.

Remove from pan and put on a plate. Cover this with a damp cloth. Let cool.

Knead the clay as you would bread dough. How to shape your clay: you can form the shapes with your hands, or you can roll out the clay to 1/4 inch thickness and cut with a cookie cutter or knife.

Before the clay hardens, you can poke a hole near the top so you can add a string for hanging.

Have fun making your shapes! This clay can be painted when dry with water colors, poster paints, or markers.

After painting, you can brush on nail polish or shellac to protect your artwork!
This can be stored in a tightly sealed container for later use






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This potter's wheel is ideal almost anywhere because of its portability and built-in throwing strength.

It is suitable for schools, studios or individuals. It can handle up to a 25 lb. load of clay but is light enough at 26 lbs. to be moved anywhere.

The heavy-duty aluminum wheel head is 11" in diameter and is only 3.875" above the tabletop. It has a 1/3 horsepower industrial motor and a micro V belt for smooth, quiet power.

The variable speed hand control ranges from 0-220 RPM. Included are two injection molded high quality bats. Also included are two 2-1/2 quart buckets that fit into convenient holders built into the housing and a two part splash pan.

The wheel direction is right handed. Creative Industries includes a generous 2 year warranty and to facilitate setup and operating instructions includes both a printed booklet and a DVD video.

All in all this is a great package that is ideal where space or storage is limited. Shipping weight including the carton is 35 lbs. Portable Potter's Wheel Weighs Only 26 Lbs.



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