Make-A-Mold - Flexible Silicone Mold Kit
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Make you own flexible silicone craft molds!
Mix equal parts of the pink and white until you have a uniform color.
Form a ball and slightly flatten.
Press item into mold. We used a sea shell my granddaughter found on her first trip to the ocean. Allow to set until the edges are firm - an hour or two.
Once cured, remove your trinket. Your mold is ready to fill with wax, soap, low temp metals, UTEE, polymer clay, glass clay, etc. Our favorite is Black Glue!
Make-A-Mold, Dragonfly drawer pull, Black Glue
Following the steps above, press the dragonfly drawer pull into the mold. When cured, remove the drawer pull. Fill your new mold with Black Glue.
To eliminate bubbles, squeeze glue into the middle of the mold and push it toward the outer edges. Allow to cool.
Once cool, remove your trinket.
Make-A-Mold, Dragonfly drawer pull, Black Glue, Metallic Powder
Our Metallic, Mica, and Earth Pigments stick to the Black Glue - no other adhesives necessary. It takes very little. Simply dip the tip of your finger in the powder and rub over your trinket.
Make-A-Mold, Seashell, Black Glue, Mica Powder
Fill your mold with Black Hot Glue. Remove once cooled. Any strings or uneven spots can be easily removed with scissors.
Dip the end of your finger in Mica Powder and rub on your trinket.