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From: SherryBinNH7/8/14 9:42 AM 
To: All  (1 of 6) 

Maybe I'm the last to know, but Mod Podge has a new line of what appear to be silicon molds (meaning they probably can be baked, although I  haven't tried yet) intended for making small jewelry components out of hot glue! I got a couple to experiment with (with discount coupons, of course) at Michaels and I saw them at AC Moore, as well. They are bright orange and in the Mod Podge aisle. (The ones I got have birds and butterflies, and scroll type flourishes and "picture frames". I saw some with forms making bezels, and other novelty themes. Perfect for clay!

There are also texture sheets for embossing and for cake decorating (fondant, I presume) in those sections...

Sherry Bailey


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From: merrie607/8/14 7:17 PM 
To: SherryBinNH  (2 of 6) 
 70944.2 in reply to 70944.1 

I saw them in Michael's they look great!


From: merrie607/12/14 8:22 AM 
To: SherryBinNH  (3 of 6) 
 70944.3 in reply to 70944.1 

one more thing, are they compatible with the polymer and do you think you can bake the clay in them?  Thank you.


From: Kimba (mackimba) Posted by host7/12/14 12:56 PM 
To: merrie60 unread  (4 of 6) 
 70944.4 in reply to 70944.3 

They are clay compatible but I haven't tried baking clay in them yet.




From: Kathryn Archuleta (KathrynArchu)2/4/18 2:03 AM 
To: SherryBinNH unread  (5 of 6) 
 70944.5 in reply to 70944.1 

You said they are made by ModPodge?? What kind of success did you have since you bought it??




From: Ladyartist052/19/18 12:06 PM 
To: SherryBinNH unread  (6 of 6) 
 70944.6 in reply to 70944.1 

Yes, these are great for clay.  Bake in them too.  I have the one with the shells and made at least 30 of the sand dollars all baked in the mold and they are fine.  Some of the molds parts are a little small or thin, but they work well if you are careful like the seahorse one.


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