Oven Bake Clay
Sculpey III is the perfect medium for anyone who likes to create. This popular oven bake clay maintains tooling and detailing beautifully. Once cured, Sculpey III bakes hard and takes on a matte, bisque-type finish. It’s easy-to-use and stays soft until you bake it. 2015 Sculpey Color Chart for Discontinued Colors
Experience a different kind of polymer clay. Sculpey Souffle is an innovative lightweight clay perfect for jewelry making! Its strength and ability to hold detail makes it an excellent clay for advanced techniques such as mokume gane, bargello and caning. It is strong and self supporting and doesn’t crack in large pieces which makes it
Premo Sculpey is an artist’s dream come true! After conditioning this clay is soft enough to blend easily but firm enough to hold fine detail and for specialized techniques. It’s perfect for caning, mokume gane and mica shift. Because Premo retains flexibility, the finished product remains very strong and durable. Dream it, create it! Maggie
The same great polymer clay as Premo! Sculpey® but the enhanced clays in the Premo! Accents line allows for making exciting and unique projects using an artist’s palette.
A professional quality oven-bake clay specially formulated for dollmaking. This clay blends easily to make realistic dolls and it’s strong and durable after baking.
Super Sculpey is a very unique polymer clay, loved by artists, dollmakers and animation studios around the world. With a ceramic-like feel, Super Sculpey is available in a semi-translucent beige that, once baked, captures the glow of real skin.
Super Sculpey Firm is the answer to many sculptors’ desire for a clay they can carve, tool and detail with none of the blurring and bending found in softer polymer clays.
It’s fluffy, it’s squishy, it’s light and it’s FUN! This amazingly versatile clay never dries out. PLUFFY is lightweight, but thick pieces bake hard so that they won’t crack or break, even in larger pieces.
UltraLight is lightweight and extremely soft but bakes so hard that it won’t crack or break, even in larger pieces. However, UltraLight remains flexible when rolled thin, so it is ideal for paper crafts.