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Old 04-09-2010, 11:06 AM   #1
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Default Mold-n-pour vs. Amazing Putty

Has anyone used these two products?

What did you like?

What did you dislike?

I am giving a workshop at my library and would like to be better educated on these products and what the stamping community thinks.

I have used both and have my own opinions, but was interested in yours.

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Old 04-09-2010, 01:21 PM   #2
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I've never tried Amazing Putty but I have used Mold-n-Pour many times with great results. It mixes easy and makes great molds. I have some MnP molds that I made several years ago that are still in perfect condition.
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Old 04-12-2010, 06:59 AM   #3
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Roni ,

Thank you for your imput. I am surprised that I have not heard from others. Making your own mold to inturn make embelishments is so gratifying. I love to dust the inside of the mold with pearl ex and fill it with hot glue for a sparkly effect.

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You're welcome Pam!

I love making my own molds as well...it is lots of fun when you find a new "goodie" worth molding. I have a couple I use all the time because they are my fav's. I use Perfect Pearls like that with UTEE & Beeswax!

You're not too far from where I live - Albion... I think you're the first person I've "met" who actually lives fairly close to NE Indiana!
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You are not that far! How neet. If you ever want to get together just let me know. Are you going to the Convention in Akron Oh this weekend? I can not wait to go.

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This product/concept sounds fascinating! Could either of you post pics or direct me to examples of your molds and embellishments?
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This product/concept sounds fascinating! Could either of you post pics or direct me to examples of your molds and embellishments?
Here you go....

How to create a mold video - Mold n Pour

Instructions on how to use beeswax & molds - (scroll down a bit) - Molded Beeswax Embellishments

Instructions on how to use UTEE & molds - Molded UTEE Embellishments

It really is fun stuff!!
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You are not that far! How neet. If you ever want to get together just let me know. Are you going to the Convention in Akron Oh this weekend? I can not wait to go.

Thanks again.

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I so wish I was! We are in the process of moving our business to a new location so no fun stuff here I hope you have a great time though!

I expect to see great posts about all the great sights, sales and purchases

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I don't know the specific name of the product I use, but it's a silicone based one. One part is purple, the other is blue. You mix equal parts together to make your mold. I have a whole boxful of them! LOVE it. When I find interesting buttons or other shapes, I make a mold of it so I can reproduce as many as I want. I love making my own embellishments; I can color or alter them to exactly what I want. I like using an India ink wash to "tarnish" them and bring out the little details.
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