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Cold Porcelain #1: 1 cup pva glue (white glue like Elmer's Glue All); 1 cup cornstarch; 1 tablespoon mineral oil (babyoil); 1 tablespoon lemon juice, witchhazel, or clove oil (natural preservatives that help prevent mold) 1. Combine in pot. Don't use your good cookware for this because it can be hard to clean off. 2. Cook on low heat stirring constantly for 10 min or until dough forms + begins to come away from sides.

Cold Porcelain #1: 1 cup pva glue (white glue like Elmer's Glue All); 1 cup cornstarch; 1 tablespoon mineral oil (babyoil); 1 tablespoon lemon juice, witchhazel, or clove oil (natural preservatives that help prevent mold) 1. Combine in pot. Don't use your good cookware for this because it can be hard to clean off. 2. Cook on low heat stirring constantly for 10 min or until dough forms + begins to come away from sides.

silicon molds I had 4 1/2 tubes of silicon and I got 27 molds. It took me an hour to do.

silicon molds I had 4 1/2 tubes of silicon and I got 27 molds. It took me an hour to do.

+++++ Creating epoxy resin embellishments with the Plaid Crafts Mod Melts. They look just like hot glue sticks…except they are filled with awesome resin. Place the insert into your hot glue gun, heat it up then fill the mold with warm resin. In 4 MINUTES you’ll have beautiful, perfectly shaped embellishments. The resin is white, but you can color it using paint, glitter, copics etc.

+++++ Creating epoxy resin embellishments with the Plaid Crafts Mod Melts. They look just like hot glue sticks…except they are filled with awesome resin. Place the insert into your hot glue gun, heat it up then fill the mold with warm resin. In 4 MINUTES you’ll have beautiful, perfectly shaped embellishments. The resin is white, but you can color it using paint, glitter, copics etc.

More info and instructions about this great tutorial you can find in the source url - above the photo. diyfuntips.com is a collection of the best and most creative do it yourself projects, tips and tutorials. We dont claim ownership to any of these photos/videos. Credits goes to the original author of this great work. […]

More info and instructions about this great tutorial you can find in the source url - above the photo. diyfuntips.com is a collection of the best and most creative do it yourself projects, tips and tutorials. We dont claim ownership to any of these photos/videos. Credits goes to the original author of this great work. […]

Melted Plastic Beads - Vase. Melt beads in the shape of a disk first (30-40 min. in oven at 400 degrees) Then drape over can or vase until melted again (5-10 min) read blog page 3 for marbeling affect.

Melted Plastic Beads - Vase. Melt beads in the shape of a disk first (30-40 min. in oven at 400 degrees) Then drape over can or vase until melted again (5-10 min) read blog page 3 for marbeling affect.

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