Large Bear: 3.5cm (Dia)
Med Bear: 3cm (Dia)
Small Bear: 2.3cm (Dia)
Limited stock on
these "Out Of Production" Amaco Push Mold, designed by Judi
These are some
very limited stock which I acquired recently, I'm selling them at a
very discounted price of more than 50% from the original price, they are brand
new but do not come with the original packaging.
1. Knead the clay
until it feels like smooth, firm putty. Roll a ball of clay smaller than the
selected impression.Form the clay into a smooth , pointed oval. see
(Picture 1) Using a soft brush, dust both the mold and the clay
with corn starch.
2. Press the
point of the clay into the deepest area of the mold (For animal mold, push the
clay into the nose area first.)Fill the mold from the center out. Spread the
clay only to the edge of the impression. Some clay should extend above the
3. Grasp the clay
and pull straight up to remove. If the clay does not release easily,
wiggle it. Use scissor or a sharp blade to trim off any excess clay. An
Animal's body and head can be molded separately and attached at the neck before
4. When the
desired shape is molded, bake according to clay manufacturer's direction (for
polymer clay) After baking, the backs of polymer clay pieces can be sanded
flat. Decorate with permanent markers or thinned acrylic paints.
* Mold is
suitable for polymer clay, air dry clay and sugar paste/fondant too.
For air dry clay,
you might like to apply a layer of mold release agent eg. Vaseline.