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Silicone mold directions please

Posted by echoes_or Zone 3 (My Page) on
Thu, May 25, 06 at 18:30

I know I printed these B4 but for the life of me I can't find them. Would someone please give me a description of this process again... My Rhubarb is on and I want to make some molds... Thank you


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RE: Silicone mold directions please

Do a search for "Nobu",and others.If you use the forum search engine,you should be able to get others,as well.
cheers from here


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RE: Silicone mold directions please

That'd be 'Nofu' ;)


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RE: Silicone mold directions please

Check out Smooth-On for a lot of good basic and very authoritative information on mold making materials & processes. See the link...

All my Best --- Tango

Here is a link that might be useful: Smooth-On Mold Making Basics


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Ah,Nofu it is!
Thanks,GC.
cheers from here


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RE: Silicone mold directions please

I would also like to try this. I've gone to the "Nofu" and tried to see Maryl's tut. It's gone!!!

Does anyone have a copy of this? Is Marly still around?

Thanks a bunch.


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Here ya go doone!

Here is a link that might be useful: Marly's tutorials


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I thought someone here had given directions on using silicone on leaves or to make molds.... Anyhoo thank you for your help... Printed off Marley's for plaster of paris....


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