Prima - Iron Orchid Designs - Vintage Art Decor Mould - Keyholes

Prima - Iron Orchid Designs - Vintage Art Decor Mould - Keyholes

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Unlock your mixed media potential with the Keyholes Vintage Art Decor Mould from Iron Orchid Designs for Prima! The package includes one 5" x 8" silicone mold for use with hot glue, polymer clay, earthen clay, air dry clay, or any molding medium. The mold is food safe and may also be used to create detailed s...  Full Description & Details
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Unlock your mixed media potential with the Keyholes Vintage Art Decor Mould from Iron Orchid Designs for Prima! The package includes one 5" x 8" silicone mold for use with hot glue, polymer clay, earthen clay, air dry clay, or any molding medium. The mold is food safe and may also be used to create detailed sugar or chocolate treats.

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    Im restoring a very old wood trunk . It used to have a fairly large keyhole on the front . I cant tell from the damage to the wood.
    Do any of these keyhole molds measure at least 5 inches wide
    And 4 1/2 inches tall ? That would cover the area perfect.   By: User (02-Sep-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
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  • Is it safe to use resin in this type of mold? Has anyone done it?   By: sanoweck (19-Jul-19) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Yes, the moulds can handle resin beautifully! By: Prima Marketing Inc (22-Jul-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • Funny you ask that question because I did it for the first time two days ago! I used the Art Resin brand that dries clear. I was scared I had messed up because it was tacky for so long. At around 16 hours of the resin being in the mold i finally stuck my fingernail in to pop it out and it fully released! No one could have been happier than i was when the resin released perfectly from the mold! It was still pliable but made a full impression. It didnt really fully harden until today. Mine didnt dry fully clear because I didnt try to pop the bubbles but I'm painting them anyway so it doesn't matter. The best advice I can give you is read the instructions and follow them completely. I hope you try it! By: klaher (21-Jul-19) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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