Blue clay that you can shape, twist and sculpt into unique ceramics.
With this blue clay, you can easily model or throw your own creations. You'll need to fire the finished pieces in a ceramic kiln at max. 1000 degrees – this gives the clay a beautiful light yellow colour. Remember to store the clay in an airtight container – and don't expose the clay to frost, as this can damage it.
Throw yourself into a blue clay project and discover how easy it is to create your own works of art:.
- Refresh your gallery wall by making your own relief
- Create unique prints in the clay with leaves from the garden or forest – and shape the finest ornaments
- Make beautiful lanterns with holes from which the light can flow and create beautiful effects
Clay is a natural material that you can find in many different colours such as blue, red, white and off-white. The colour of the blue clay is determined by the iron content, but it does not make the clay any less exciting to work with. Because, just like red clay, you can mould, throw and model blue clay into many beautiful creations – and you can train fine motor skills just as much with blue clay. But unlike decorative clay, which hardens at room temperature, blue clay needs firing in a kiln if you want it to be firm and hard. But this can be a really enjoyable process that requires immersion as well as concentration. If you want to try other types of clay, we have a large selection on this website. For example, we sell self-hardening clay, modelling clay, lightweight clay and decorative clay – and if you need inspiration for what to do with all our clay, we have plenty of ideas that you can be inspired by
|Retail quantity||1 pack|
|Content quantity||10 kg|