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PDF Tutorial Flexible Molds How to Make Your Own Small Silicone Molds for Doll faces Candle Candy Chcocolate Fimo Soap Resin Polymer Clay

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Learn how to make smaller scale (3-4" and under) flexible push molds with this tutorial. Use silicone molding compound to make your own DIY molds for doll making, doll face cabochons, miniature food molds, jewelry, soap, chocolate and more.

Language: English -- it is free to translate the files into any language using Google's translation tool

Flexible silicone push molds are extremely versatile, durable and easy to use! You can mold polymer clay, resin, soap, chocolate, precious metal clay PMC, plaster, ice, wax and more--with no release agents. Silicone can be used to mold items in freezing or boiling temperatures.

In this PDF format tutorial, I will show you everything I know about making small silicone push molds for personal use or for resale. I have been making and selling molds for the last five years--and I have learned a lot about what works and what doesn't. If you are interested in making your own flexible molds, allow me to guide you through.

In this PDF document, I will share everything I have learned in five years of small scale silicone mold production. Includes over 20 full color reference photos. Learn:

~What materials you need to get started
~What kinds of items you can cast in silicone rubber
~Master mold techniques
~How to make a smooth, professional looking mold
~Tips for reducing flaws and errors
~Bonus section on using your molds for polymer clay

Whether you just want to make a few molds for personal use or you want to start a mold making empire, this is a great reference to begin! Your tutorial will be sent out within 24 hours of payment--often immediately if I am near my computer! If you have a preference, please let me know which email address you would like the file sent to. If you need any support during your project, I will be just an email away!

Please note: this tutorial covers mold making and mold use only--it is not a sculpting tutorial.



FAQs:
Can I sell the molds I make?
- Yes! You can make a profit off the methods you learn in this tutorial! The only limitation I have on these workshops lies with the content itself—you may not sell or redistribute the workshop text or photos without my consent.

How can I know this workshop will be awesome?
- These workshops are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 6 years—I even taught on an episode of DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a bachelor of science in fine art and a master’s in technical writing—I love teaching and I love to research, experiment and write workshops!! Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF workshops:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See more great feedback here on etsy:
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Thank you for visiting Doll Project Art by Jessica Acosta Hamilton on etsy! :]
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Learn how to make smaller scale (3-4" and under) flexible push molds with this tutorial. Use silicone molding compound to make your own DIY molds for doll making, doll face cabochons, miniature food molds, jewelry, soap, chocolate and more.

Language: English -- it is free to translate the files into any language using Google's translation tool

Flexible silicone push molds are extremely versatile, durable and easy to use! You can mold polymer clay, resin, soap, chocolate, precious metal clay PMC, plaster, ice, wax and more--with no release agents. Silicone can be used to mold items in freezing or boiling temperatures.

In this PDF format tutorial, I will show you everything I know about making small silicone push molds for personal use or for resale. I have been making and selling molds for the last five years--and I have learned a lot about what works and what doesn't. If you are interested in making your own flexible molds, allow me to guide you through.

In this PDF document, I will share everything I have learned in five years of small scale silicone mold production. Includes over 20 full color reference photos. Learn:

~What materials you need to get started
~What kinds of items you can cast in silicone rubber
~Master mold techniques
~How to make a smooth, professional looking mold
~Tips for reducing flaws and errors
~Bonus section on using your molds for polymer clay

Whether you just want to make a few molds for personal use or you want to start a mold making empire, this is a great reference to begin! Your tutorial will be sent out within 24 hours of payment--often immediately if I am near my computer! If you have a preference, please let me know which email address you would like the file sent to. If you need any support during your project, I will be just an email away!

Please note: this tutorial covers mold making and mold use only--it is not a sculpting tutorial.



FAQs:
Can I sell the molds I make?
- Yes! You can make a profit off the methods you learn in this tutorial! The only limitation I have on these workshops lies with the content itself—you may not sell or redistribute the workshop text or photos without my consent.

How can I know this workshop will be awesome?
- These workshops are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 6 years—I even taught on an episode of DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a bachelor of science in fine art and a master’s in technical writing—I love teaching and I love to research, experiment and write workshops!! Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF workshops:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See more great feedback here on etsy:
http://www.etsy.com/people/dollproject/feedback?ref=ls_feedback


Thank you for visiting Doll Project Art by Jessica Acosta Hamilton on etsy! :]
dollproject.etsy.com

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Reviewed by Reiko
5 out of 5 stars
May 5, 2018
Thank you!!! Easy to follow and so stylish!! I love this !!!
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Reviewed by Katrin Rank
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 20, 2018
Thank you very much! This Tutorial is awesome!
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Reviewed by Mostly Treasures
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 16, 2018
Well written, easy to follow, great suggestions, Fast Download. Recommend seller.
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How can I know this tutorial will be awesome?
These tutorials and kits are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 7 years—I even shared my doll making on an episode of DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a BS in Fine Art and a Master’s in Technical Writing—I love experimenting and creating new doll projects and I love to share them with others!

Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF tutorials:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See more great feedback here on etsy:
http://www.etsy.com/people/dollproject/feedback?ref=ls_feedback

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Want more doll projects? Join over 1,000 doll enthusiasts in more than 33 countries. Subscribe to my free monthly Doll Projects newsletter at http://dollproject.com
Some Frequently Asked Questions for Doll Project Patterns & Tutorials

Can I sell the items I make using Doll Project Tutorials, Kits and Patterns?
Yes, you may sell the projects created using my tutorials and patterns without restriction as long as it is you making the product (not a factory).

What about Copyright for the tutorials?
All rights reserved. No part of Doll Project tutorials may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without prior written permission of Jessica Hamilton. All patterns are original designs created by Jessica Hamilton.

How do I access your Online Tutorial?
Doll Project tutorial files are sent as PDF files in email attachments mailed to you within 24 hours of purchase (See Shipping Policy). Save the files to your computer so that you can open them anytime whether you are online or note. To open the PDF files, you will need free Adobe reader, available here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ You can also save the PDF files to your smart phone or tablet. Many people choose to print the tutorials and save them in binders. You can print as little or as much of the tutorial as you desire.

I lost the tutorial I purchased. What can I do?
Contact me through Etsy convos with the username you used for the purchase. I can re-email the files to you, no problem :].

How can I know this tutorial will be awesome?
These tutorials and kits are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 7 years—I even shared my doll making on an episode of DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a BS in Fine Art and a Master’s in Technical Writing—I love experimenting and creating new doll projects and I love to share them with others!

Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF tutorials:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”

See more great feedback here on etsy:
http://www.etsy.com/people/dollproject/feedback?ref=ls_feedback

______________________________________________________________________
Want more doll projects? Join over 1,000 doll enthusiasts in more than 33 countries. Subscribe to my free monthly Doll Projects newsletter at http://dollproject.com

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