... Mar 2012
1. Using a “dish” will allow you to create a silicone mold that’s flat underneath.
(A silicone mold that sits flat on your work area is easier to work with when making a sugar impression)
2. place the object to be molded face down into the silicone mixture at least 1/4 inch apart from each other and press down to create a cavity that’s about 1.5 the depth of the object being molded. leave the object in place (don’t attempt to remove the object until silicone is cured)
feel free to ask me questions :) I’ll be more than happy to answer y’all :)
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