You can make your very own flexible molds in minutes its so easy to do. First start by finding something you want to make a mold of.
Here are a few ideas, candies, buttons, mini cookies like Oreo’s, coins,Beads, cabochons, eraser’s, charms, little toys, and stamps you name it.
Ok let’s go; first you start with equal portions of the silicone mold maker. My mold maker kit makes it easy it’s pre-measured.
In this example I am making a mold of a coneflower that I sculpted out of polymer clay and then cured.
Mold the putty into the size and shape similar to the item you will be making the mold out of. Depending on the size of what you are making the mold of you may need more than one kit.
Tip 1: Which ever way you choose to cover the object make sure the object does not go through the putty. If you make it too thin the mold will be weak and break over time. But too thick and it looses some flexibility.
TIP 2: If you are making molds of foods or something that crumble try putting it in the freezer to help prevent it from breaking.
Let the mold sit until it sets and is firm to the touch.
Please remember to be mindful of trademarks and intellectual property, when making your molds.