Modelling and moulding

If your inspiration is for modelling and moulding, many think of modelling clay. But there are so many more opportunities than just that. Here you will find ideas for modelling with Silk Clay, sculpting with plaster and casting with concrete.


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  1. Inspiration: v16295 Long-legged sculptures
    Beautiful and elegant sculptures from metal wire and self-hardening clay with inspiration from the figure universe of Giacometti and Salvador Dalí. The children form a skeleton from wire, cover it with self-hardening clay and paint with bright colours inspired by South American folk art. TARGET GROUP: Infants/lower juniors (preschool-Y3) and juniors (Y4-Y6)
  2. Inspiration: v16367 Imaginative bottle birds
  3. Inspiration: v16229 A bright idea
  4. Inspiration: v16178 Cakes from boxes
  5. Inspiration: v16140 Sculptures from mixed clay
  6. Inspiration: v16072 A Halloween miniature world in a dome bell jar
    Decorate the inside of a dome bell jar with Halloween miniature figures and lights.
  7. Inspiration: v15870 Homemade soap from shea with vanilla and rose petals
    Make your own soap with shea soap base which cleanses and nurtures the skin. You will need 100 g soap base per finished bar of soap. Add soap dye paste, vanilla essential oil and dried rose petals. Remember to place your bar of soap in a soap dish, allowing it to dry out between each use.
  8. Inspiration: v15733 Lanterns from self-hardening clay with punched-out holes
    Make these lanterns from self-hardening clay by first cutting out the circular base with a shape cutter. Roll the side section (like a waistband) flat and make small holes with a round cookie cutter by pushing down the plunger on top. Assemble the circular base and the side section (waistband) and leave to dry.

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