I love this product! I was on their Design team for two terms. I have shown quite a few ways to use polymer clay and bake and bend to get the same effect to make molds to use with clay or resin. This is a great product where you can color the resin (the casting resin which cures in ten minutes to white) and also use the clear resin (that takes at least 24 hours to cure) You can all kinds of fun things to the clear resin to show through. Here is a video I did to show a quick demo on this product. You can find these at Michaels craft store (use coupon) and also Hobby Lobby online (also use the coupon)
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