Rigid Wrap & Celluclay Quik-Sculpting Kit: A Review

Dear Homeschooler,

Are you a crafty person? Not in the devious sense but in the artsy sense. 🙂 I would not consider myself an artist. I cannot distinguish hues of color nor do I have a steady hand for drawing or painting. However, give me some construction paper or a cardboard box, and I can make anything you like — Well, anything that will make a 5-year-old squeal with glee. We have tried our hand at some other projects. One memorable one was paper mâché.  My kids HATED it. It was messy and hard to handle. They didn’t even want to finish  their projects. So, when I was given the opportunity to try a sculpting kit, I was a little hesitant, but I am sure glad I did:  Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit by ACTÍVA Products eliminated the messy and unmanageable aspects of sculpting, making our second attempt at this type of project more successful.Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit

The Product: Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit

TheRigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit comes with 2 rolls of Rigid Wrap and 1 bag of the CelluClay. It comes with plans for 12 projects ranging from masks and volcanoes to candy dishes, butterflies, and mummies. Furthermore, ACTÍVA Products has a FREE product ebook entitled ACTÍVA Products’ Favorite Sculpture KIDS CRAFTS that has even more ideas for your sculpting pleasure. Our summer learning theme this year is Rocks, Gems, Fossils, and Dinosaurs. My son decided to create a project that fit in with what we have been reading about. My daughter, on the other hand, free spirit she is, made a unicorn mask.

Set up was extremely easy. I put newspapers down to manage the mess and put a container of warm water in the middle of the table. DONE! What you need for you project really depends on what it is. My son printed out a profile of a dinosaur skull and glued it to a piece of cardboard. My daughter and I cut a mask shape out of cardboard and glued a cardboard horn to it. Then, I just cut pieces of the Rigid Wrap, the kids dipped it in the warm water, and they moulded it however they needed. They could bunch it up to create depth, wrap it around objects (like a unicorn horn) to stabilize and join pieces, or stretch it flat to create a smooth surface. They were able to manipulate the materials 100% independently.

After the creations were finished, we let them dry overnight. Then we painted them with acrylic paints, sparkled and dazzled them according to our whim.


The Finished Products

My Opinion

Easy Set Up/Little Prep

I love how easy set up was. I seriously didn’t have to invest a lot of time getting this project going.

Less Messy

This project was WAY less messy than traditional paper mâché, where glue got everywhere and my kids had to wash their hands 50 times.

Easily Managed

The kids could manipulate the material to do what they wanted by themselves.


I love how I can use this not only to be creative but also to reinforce what we are learning in school with theme-related projects.

We loved this product and will be using it again! Maybe during our ‘knights theme’ this spring….


Have you tried Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit by ACTÍVA Products? What did you make? Comment below and upload a picture of your (or your kid’s) creation.

Till Next Time,


Rigid Wrap and CelluClay Quik-Sculpting Kit {ACTÍVA Products Reviews}
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