Before using this product read all the instructions so you get the most out of this product. That being said here is a tip that is NOT listed on the instruction. Do NOT leave clay in this mold overnight. I have not tried it with the Air Dry Clay. So I can’t confirm that portion.
I don’t know why this happened however, I left small pieces of Sculpey III on the mold overnight and it ward and ate at the mold. Other than that I didn’t see anything wrong with this product. The instruction do say it freezer safe which is it, but if you want to release your mold without having to put it in your refrigerator. Just a dab of corn starch or flower will get that clay out.
Well it’s update time again. I know I have been MIA for a bit hay I got two kids to teach, a husband to help, and a business that I am starting to get off the ground. So I’ve been a little busy however, not too busy to let you guys know where you can find free templates to your favorite crafts.
Why? Well when I first started crafting I didn’t have much of anything. I didn’t know how to make things that I saw, what kind of tools or papers I needed. Most of what I saw were in magazines or books and believe me DIY magazines/books don’t come cheap. But they were helpful with templates and tips they provided. Nonetheless some of the instructions where not always 100% clear. So when YouTube pop up and all sort of people started showing their own DIY projects it made it easier visually. And this is just my way to give back.
If you have a holiday and are inviting guests, they usually come to you with gifts 🙂 but imagine how your friends will be delighted, if you prepare for each small box with their name to your brand cookies or cake box! They will be delighted!
You will need:
1 Two types of colored card stock
2. Pattern Paper
4. Craft Knife
5. String or Ribbon
8. Gel Pen
To start Print pattern (See below.) To the desired size and print it on plain paper. Cut form boxes and place on a sheet of colored card stock. Carefully draw out a simple pencil edge pattern. Cut with scissors, and thin slits (zip) using stencil knife and a ruler. Fold the resulting “petals” on the lines indicated on the pattern dotted line. From another card stock cutout the tag. It can be any shape. I used a shaped punch, but you can do with scissors. On the label, you can write the name of the guest, the desire or the name of the cookie that will lie inside the box. Fix the tag on one of the “petals” boxes with glue and decorate a small bow of ribbon. ‘re baking cookies, pack them and invite guests.