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HOW TO: Creating Custom Accessories

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Yes it does, but it takes a

Yes it does, but it takes a certain amount of time depending on what resin it is.

another ? is how do u harden

another ? is how do u harden resin in a mold????!?

iv got some of each fimo,

iv got some of each fimo, hard and soft, soft is really soft and hard neeeds to be worked a bit for it to become squigy enough to work with. fimo usually cooks at about 130 degrees celcius, just informin the people.

try FIMO. it is softer, I

try FIMO. it is softer, I find, or you can buy a harder version. you usually don't need to blowdry it soft if you store it right. it works the exact same as sculpey, and you can buy it at tge same places. it cooks at a different temperature though, remember that.

I had a qestion and when i

I had a qestion and when i am using sculpey it tells u to blowdry it to get hard but it gets soffter when i do it. some one help me.