Jumping Clay Commissions


Jumping Clay is a polymer modelling clay which air-dries with no need to bake in the oven, and can be used to create (pretty much) anything your heart desires!

The eight colours can be mixed to create almost any shade or colour, and combined with Karen’s artistic talent, we can create any model from just a couple of pictures. Whether you’re wanting a unique and individual cake topper, a cute character gift for a friend or family member, or a sign for your child’s bedroom door, we can help!

Simply fill in the form at the bottom of this page and we’ll be in touch with you very soon!

Cake Toppers

Jumping Clay is a completely non-toxic, food-safe material which makes it ideal for creating everlasting cake toppers. The light weight of the finished model means that it won’t sink into the top of even the lightest of sponge cakes!

Recent commissions have included a wedding cake topper resembling the bride, groom and their beloved pet, a snowy winter scene for a Christmas Cake and even local children’s character – Mr Dan for a 5 year old’s birthday party!

Gifts and Models

Clocks, photo holders, mirrors and jewellery – all can be customised with Jumping Clay! The gallery on the left shows some of our recent makes!

We can also create models with no functional use – just pretty ornaments – so if your friend is obsessed by owls, or your loved one is loopy about lizards, we can create a cute creature just for them!

Door Signs

Make sure you never get mixed up about which bedroom belongs to who with a delightful door sign! The signs can be customised to include a favourite hobby, character or creature alongside your name, in whatever colours you like!

Whether you’ve seen something on this page that takes your fancy or you have your own idea, get in touch using this form and Karen will contact you shortly to discuss your unique Jumping Clay commission!

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