DIY Silicone Gap Filler Craft Mold

DIY Silicone Gap Filler Craft Mold

This tutorial shows you how to make a craft mold for polymer clay or jewelry making using Gap Filler or silicone.

What you need

Gap Filler / Silicone (Found in hardware store)
Corn Flour
Item to create mold

Instructions

For this mold you only need 2 ingredients. Gap filler or silicone (from the hardware store) and corn flour.

These DIY molds are quick to make and can be used for casting jewelry and poly clay shapes.

We used a shell to create our mold.

Start by mixing the two ingredients together. You need the paste to be the consistency of a dough. It shouldn’t stick to your fingers and should come together. Once you are able to roll it into a ball it is the right consistency.

Shape your ball into a rectangle or square a 1/2 inch thick (depending on the depth of the item you are casting)

Then simply push your casting item (shell) into the dough.  If you are not happy with the impressions just roll it back into a ball and start again.

It will take 2-3 days, depending on the weather to dry.



What you need

Glass beads or flat marbles
Silicone Or Super Craft Glue
Adjustable Ring Back

Instructions

This jewelry making project is so easy to make it is suitable for all ages.

You will need glass beads or flat marbles to create this project.

Simply glue on the beads/marbles onto the adjustable ring back using a strong craft glue or silicone jewelry making adhesive.

Check out this project for a matching stone bracelet

The jewelry supplies for this project can be purchased from Photojewelrymaking.com

Comments

  1. I am guessing corn flour = corn starch? in the US?

  2. I think this is rather cute.But what to do with this afterwards? You also say you can make Jewelry with this?

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