Did you know that InstaMorph is a great medium for all sorts of arts and crafts? Think of it as a type of plastic clay, or, as we like to say at InstaMorph HQ, “adult Silly Putty”. Use InstaMorph to make your next sculpture, figurine, jewelry, and toys. Great for the ever changing whims of children. Don’t like that dinosaur figurine? Then it’s into the water with you to become something new! Need some inspiration for your next project, check out what these InstaMorph users have created.

Arts & Crafts

Darth Vadar Figurine

John-Caleb made this detailed Darth Vader figurine mostly out of InstaMorph. 😉 “Hi there! I’ve been a huge fan of your material since learning about it

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Football Player Statue

Hey there football fans. Check out this InstaMorph project. This statue was made entirely from InstaMorph and then painted. Stephen started off using  steel wires

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Zombie Doll

Jen’s a street artist, and in the past year has started making toys. One of her recent creations were these zombie dolls. She used InstaMorph

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Octopus Figurine

Amanda sent us her latest InstaMorph project, this adorable little octopus. After it was molded, she added color with acrylic paint and sealed it with

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Mandrake Figurine

Heather sent us these amazing in progress pictures of her creation coming to life. “I LOVE Harry Potter, and I needed a Mandrake for a

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Orc Puppet

This post is a long time coming. We first got to know Heriberto (aka Eddie Redskull) over 6 months ago when he sent us this first picture of his

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reindeer figurine
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Reindeer Figurine

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av_uid=’av-61aesj’] Sam manages an after-school digital media makerspace exclusively for middle-schoolers at the YMCA in Evanston, IL. They recently purchased some

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Birthday Cake

Craig received this wonderful “cake” made completely out of InstaMorph. Listen to this great story, as told by the recipient. My son and granddaughter gave

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