How do you make bread clay, and will the items you make last?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 05, 2017
    www.wikihow.com/MakeBread-Dough-Clay-and-items

  • Deb4912057 Deb4912057 on Feb 05, 2017
    Use white bread without crusts, white school glue (such as Elmers, but any white school glue will do) It is sticky and messy, but once the "clay" comes together you can use food coloring or water based paints to tint it the colors you want. I have used it to make flowers & little characters and once it dries -- it is extremely durable! I have a couple of "roses" I made nearly 40 years ago. It requires nothing but a little bit of patience. This will air dry after you have shaped your pieces and can be sanded and/or painted, gilded or stained. Have fun!

  • Melinda Melinda on Feb 05, 2017
    Wow that sounds great. Thank you

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Feb 05, 2017
    http://www.auntannie.com/CraftRecipes/BreadClay/ Just make sure to seal it well! Have fun!

  • Liz Straughn Liz Straughn on Feb 05, 2017
    After they dry for a long time, until they are has hard as a rock, then spray with a gloss spray. It will keep forever.