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To create the above, you need this kit aswell as an Infant Plaster Casting Kit. The adult handswere cast separately from the baby feetand then arranged together for display as shown above.
Easy Step-by-Step Instructions: (1) Mix the molding powder with water. Insert hand(s) into the molding material. After about 75 seconds the mold sets. Wiggle hands out of the molding container. (2) Mix the bag of casting stone with water. Pour the casting mixture into the mold. Let the casting stone harden for two hours. (3) Tear open the mold and remove the statue. (4) Paint and Enjoy!
Completely Safe: Molding Material is Non-Toxic, Non-Allergenic, 100% Biodegradable
Included: 1 bag of molding powder, 1 bag of casting stone, molding bucket, sanding papers, detailing pin and complete instructions.
Other items you will need (not included): bowl for mixing casting stone, large mixing spoon and liquid measuring cup About the molding compound: It is a non-toxic & non-allergenic molding powder which was created especially for use on skin. It has been tested by the ACTS Testing Labs and conforms to the ASTM D4236 for safety. It is considered a "food" product and is safe to come into contact with even newborn baby skin. It sets in about 2-3 minutes at which time it turns rubbery and flexible.
About the Casting Stone: We use a Gypsum Cement that dries to a pristine white, provides fine detail and is chip & chalk resistant. Overall, it is approximately 3X stronger than the traditional art plaster or "plaster of paris."