Using baked Sculpy outside - possible ?

toomuchglassFebruary 18, 2007

I'm a stained glass & mosaic addict ... (check out the forum ..........LOL ) My newest idea is making sculpy do-dads to add to the mosaics . Some will be outside things.

Think Sculpy will hold up in the weather ? Does it need some kind of coating ? *Toad houses* are calling me ~~~~~~

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madhabitz

Hey! I had the same idea about using some of the polyclays for outside. I don't think it'll fly, but I want to do it. Bad!

I'm going to place my first polyclay order tonight-- probably Fimo this time, though that Cernit and Kato clay stuff looks really nice.

Nancy

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