Working with Sculpey® Soufflé™

Features of Soufflé™ Clay 

Sculpey® Soufflé™ is versatile and can be used for a large variety of projects. Some key features of this clay include that it is:

  • Lightweight
  • Flexible
  • Extremely strong
  • Hold shapes easily
  • Has a suede-like finish

Learn more about how to work with Sculpey® Soufflé™ by reading on.

How to Work With Sculpey® Soufflé™ Clay 

Ensure your hands and work surface are clean before working with Sculpey® Soufflé™ polymer clay. Other tips for working with Sculpey® Soufflé™ include:

  • – Recommended work surfaces are the Sculpey® Oven-Safe Work Mat, wax paper, metal baking sheet, or disposable foil.
  • – Work with light colors before dark colors to avoid staining the clay with your fingers.
  • – Condition clay by kneading until soft and smooth. 
  • – Press any separate pieces of clay firmly together to ensure they stick after baking.
  • – Sculpey® Soufflé™ bakes to finished hardness in any home oven — bake at 275 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes per 1/4 inch thickness. It does not require painting. 
  • – Do not use a microwave oven or exceed the recommended baking temperature or time.

All About Sculpey® Soufflé™ Canes 

One of the top things you can make with Sculpey® Soufflé™ is clay canes.
For some, canes represent one of the most fascinating aspects of polymer clay crafting. From simple lace canes to kaleidoscopes, the sky’s the limit with what you can create. Another great thing about working with polymer clay canes is that you can manipulate a cane of any shape into another. You can also combine canes to create multi-cane varieties. 

Canes made with stacks or layers include jellyroll canes, striped canes and folded canes. You can also try your hand at shaping canes with insertions or indentations for more complex patterns. 

Sculpey® Soufflé™ Polymer Clay Designs 

Sculpey® Soufflé™ polymer clay is ideal for jewelry making and can be used by both beginner and experienced clayers. For inspiration for your next project, be sure to check out:

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