Knead the air dry clay in your hands until soft and malleable. Roll out the clay to the required size and depth, depending upon the size and breed of your Dog. Gently but firmly press your Dog’s paw into the clay. Personalise your Dog’s Clay Paw Prints using a set of Alphabet Stamps.

What kind of clay is used for paw prints?

Types of Clay for DIY Pet Paw Prints

I like using air dry clay for paw prints. It’s usually easy to work with, inexpensive, and versatile for finishing after dry; however, you can also take prints with other hard-setting clays.

Do you have to bake a clay paw print?

Firmly, but gently, push the center pad of paw into the clay and, without removing paw, press each toe pad and nail/claw into the clay. If print does not meet your standards, start over and try again. When satisfied with your print, you must bake it.

How long do you bake a clay paw print?

How to Bake a ClayPaws® Print

  1. Prints should always be baked in a well-ventilated oven and area and for best results bake within 4 weeks.
  2. Preheat your oven or toaster oven to 275º F (135º C). …
  3. Place your print in a clean, ungreased baking dish and place in your preheated oven or toaster oven to bake for 20 minutes.

Can I use air dry clay for paw prints?


Quote from video: But this is just what works best for me there are two types of clay that i recommend. Basic air dry clay. And foam air dry clay i do stay away from the type it has to be baked just because it can

How do you make clay for dog paw prints?

Knead the air dry clay in your hands until soft and malleable. Roll out the clay to the required size and depth, depending upon the size and breed of your Dog. Gently but firmly press your Dog’s paw into the clay. Personalise your Dog’s Clay Paw Prints using a set of Alphabet Stamps.

How do you seal clay paw prints?

Quote from video: Most clear drying glues work great including Elmer's glue depending on how you want to display your print.

How do I mold my dogs paw print?

Mix a cup of flour with a cup of salt and add water until you have enough to kneed and make into a ball. With some wax paper, cover the mold and press your dog’s foot into it. You can then bake the pressing at about 200 Fahrenheit for two to three hours.

What do vets use to make paw prints?

With traditional clay paw print kits you must knead the clay, roll the clay into a ball, flatten the clay into a patty, make the impression, and bake. That’s why busy vets like to use Pawpals®. There is no kneading, mixing, baking or drying.