Air-Dry Clay Reviews: Art Attack and Sakura


A girl who likes art, crafts, and cosplay. She sells handmade items and accessories at her online store, Three Smitten Kittens.

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19 Responses

  1. Vivien says:

    do you recommend to use sakura air dry clay for accessories like bracelet, earings or necklace?

    • kageshoujo says:

      Hi Vivien~ For costume jewelry and accessories, I still prefer polymer clay instead of these air dry clays. Polymer clay lasts long and is more durable. I also must mention that air dry clays require sealants to be set, like Mod Podge or a wash of white glue, or else they’ll be soft and sticky again when they come in contact with moisture or water. I don’t recommend them for jewelry accessories like bracelets, earrings, or necklaces because of that since they’ll come in contact with the skin and sweat. That will make them break easily and not last.

      I recommend them OK for other accessories though that won’t come in contact with sweat and moisture–keychains, miniatures, phone charms, or headband decorations.

      Hope that helps!

  2. quiverofarrows says:

    where can the sakura clay be purchased?

  3. jovie says:

    where did you buy the art attack magic clay?

  4. Somebody says:

    I also have one like that but whenever I put it in the case and then I put it out it gets more hard , I also bought it from National Book Store 🙂 I also saw the Sakura but I didn’t buy it because i wanted mine’s coloured…

    • kageshoujo says:

      That’s funny, mine doesn’t dry up or get hard. I stick it in an air-tight container for better measure and it didn’t get hard / dry up that way.

      • Somebody says:

        Do you have any suggestions to make it soft and back to it’s way?

        • kageshoujo says:

          Store it in an air-tight container apart from its plastic when storing it. Also when it’s hard, just spray it a bit with water and then knead it again; it should be soft again. 🙂

  5. pam says:

    Just bought sakura paper clay at NBS in GB1. It was 137php. Bought 2 packs and they still had a small pile of about 5 or 6 left. They also had DAS white air dry. NBS in Glorietta had DAS only in terra cota but no sakura or art attack clays

  6. iya says:

    how much was the magic clay and where did you buy it?

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