Shape it, roll it, stretch it, sculpt it! Makin’s Clay is a new type of water-based, air-dry modeling clay that requires no baking and dries within 24 hours, depending upon the thickness of the piece. Available in muli-colors, vineyard tones and earth tones. The individual colors can be mixed together or mixed with acrylic paints to create new colors. Pieces can be sanded and painted when dry.
Makin’s Clay contains no PVC (polyvinylchloride), is certified non-toxic, and conforms to ACMI-AP safety and quality standards. It is safe for children age three and older. Slightly acidic when wet, Makin’s Clay dries acid-free.
I have not used Makin's Clay myself...it's still on the shopping list! ;-) But I was just reading this detailed review of Makin's Clay from Garie Sim, a well-know polymer clay artist, instructor and author (located in Singapore).
Testing Makin's Clay; My First Impression On Using And Curing The Clay
Garie Sim does some extensive testing of the curing process, commenting that it took 72 hours to fully cure. I'd like to add that the methods used for air-dry clay are often different than those used with polymer clay. Using the clay as thickly as shown in the testing is not recommended. Many air-dry clay projects will coat an armature with clay (such as a Styrofoam ball) so clay doesn't need to be so thick. Using a thinner layer of clay avoids cracks (from uneven curing), shortens the curing process and saves money (uses less clay).
The impression I get from reading Garie's review is that Makin's Clay is very similar to Crayola Model Magic and to Hearty Clay. All are available in colors and all are very soft, with a sticky consistency. They are great clays for some purposes but do not take detail well. Not recommended for detailed sculpting and doll crafting.