Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Unplugged Project: OLD sculpey clay


This weeks Unplugged Project is OLD and I imagine there will be a huge range of projects made with such a theme. I decided to use this as an opportunity to use up some VERY old sculpey clay. John and I used this is college and I know we haven’t bought any since but for some reason we still have a pretty huge supply of it. Ethan has been wearing this necklace that makes him look like a little surfer and so I thought the boys might like to make beads. I of course was wrong (no beads) but they did love the sculpey and made a bunch of little dinos. This kept them busy for a long time and I even left the 2 of them alone at the table for maybe 1/2 an hour after I got tired of it. Ethan (the one who actually knows how to wear a shirt) really did well with it and his dinos came out really cute. He even got the sculpey out the next day and made 4 more on his own. Ben only made 1 dino that we baked but he just had lots of fun playing with the sculpey (he made some dinos that he then “turned to fossils” and luckily he didn’t mind when I didn’t bake the remains).

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5 Responses to “Unplugged Project: OLD sculpey clay”
  1. Heather says:

    Their sculptures look so cute. They look like they had a ton of fun with the project.

  2. Tina says:

    I love your “old” project! Very colorful dinosaurs! Your chickens are beautiful and tame. What joy for the kids to see the whole cycle. I really like your red dress post! They grow up so very fast. You have captured a precious moment in time.

  3. Those are cute! Plus, it is nice to know that Sculpey clay can “keep” for a while. Dinosaurs are “old” too!

  4. What cute dinos! I giggled at how he turned his dinos into fossils ;)

  5. bobbie says:

    my girls love dinosaurs.. I will have to try this

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