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September 06, 2012



Hi Trina

When making molds, it really helps to put some clay or Fimo or something similar on the bottom of the item when you secure it to the base of the container. This stops the Pinkysil seeping in underneath, and you don't have to fiddle around trimming it away when you're done! It also makes for a deeper mold which is all good. Hope this helps! Cheerio.


Thanks for the vidoe Trina! I have had a play with this - I love it!!!! Will remember to pop mine up on clay next time - thanks for the tip Maggie.


Yes Maggie! Did I miss that out? I like to attach my molds to the bottom of the container I'm using. Much much easier!

Beck C

Hey Trina, great vid. I bought a teeny tiny plastic jug that I put my resin into to combine (I still measure into shot glasses). Jug cost me $2.50!!! I want some Pinkysil now :)

Debbie b

I love making my own molds... But I use putty compounds to combine -less messy. You can get Mold putties and pinky sil at zigzag.co.nz

Donna Hooper

I have just made some molds for the first time. My brother has a mold for 'soft bait' for fishing and I want to make a mold from it. I have used Pinkysil to 'copy' the soft baits,now can I make another Pinkysil mold from the'soft bait' I have made.

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