Combo of Flexible silicone Mold and Tutorial for making Sea Urchins. Second photo shows some finished beads from polymer clay.
The finished urchin will measure approx. 28mm. Includes a tutorial on how to create an urchin bead and coloring method.
These molds are non-stick silicone and you can use them for food such as chocolate or ice cubes and they withstand a baking temperature of 395 Fahrenheit. You can use this mold for polymer clay, plaster of paris, art silver clay and soap making, but if you decide to use them for non-edible crafts, then you should dedicate them for such and not use for food purposes after.
Because I hand make each mold, there may be slight imperfections. My molds are done in limited runs as sea urchins tend to loose their raised dots when molded repeatedly. Please be aware that the one you will receive may differ slightly from the one shown, but will produce beautiful urchins.
The pieces pictured are used for reference only and are not included in the sale.
You get the mold mailed to you via Canada post light packet (unless you email for faster shipping).
These molds can be used with all brands of polymer clay, but softer clay like Premo is recommended as it will produce the greatest detail.
Make pendants, beads, use as cabochons for bead embroidery...let your imagination guide you. Results may vary and no warranty or guarantee is given.
The PDF tutorial will be emailed to you as an instant download is not available for listings that also offer physical items that require mailing. I'll email the tutorial to you soon after your payment clears, usually withing 24 hours or much sooner.
This tutorial was created and developed completely by Tina Holden/Beadcomber, and has not been taken from any book, nor other tutorial nor from the internet.
You may create and sell items you make from all my tutorials. I only ask that you please not share the techniques, so that I may continue to bring new and innovative ideas to you.
THE PDF FILE IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY
Please do not share or distribute this tutorial
© Tina Holden 2009
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