Vintage Style Box DIY & Super Fun Giveaway!

Hi Friends! I love trying new techniques and old techniques using new products. This week I got to play with a moldable plastic product called Plasty-Craft. I made all the embellishments in this box with it. Hey, do you want a chance to win a jar of Plasty-Craft? Let me know what you would use it for in the comments below!

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The thing I was really excited about is that I can get the look and durability of polymer clay without having to bake it. You simply heat the plastic pellets in hot water for 2 minutes (it will turn from milky white pellets to a clear looking clay like substance) and you are ready to use it in any molds you have or you can freehand sculpt things! I bet you could flatten some on a craft mat and stamp on it too, the possibilities are endless. My daughters really had fun playing with Plasty-Craft too, they made gobs of embellishments and then painted them for use in future jewelry projects. Watch the video to see how I made this box including a full tutorial with the Plasty-Craft.

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The Plasty-Craft embellishments are hard and rigid when cool. They take acrylic paint beautifully. If you decide you don’t want any of the things you made you can remelt it and try again. For that reason I would not paint my embellishments until I was sure I wanted to keep them. If you have any unused Plasty-Craft left after a crafting session (it is unlikely, this stuff is crazy addictive to play with!) simple flatten it out so it will melt quickly next time and put it back in the jar. Speaking of the jar, you get a whopping 17.6 oz pail of the stuff and if you don’t have crafty twin daughters it might last you a long time LOL! Plasty-Craft is offering an extra 10% off discount to my readers with the coupon code: TKTMI48N you will want this for the “Mom, I’m bored!” moments of your summer vacation as well as for your own artwork. Make sure you leave a comment for a chance to win a jar or Plasty-Craft, just let me know what you would use Plasty-Craft for in the comments below and you are entered. That’s easy huh? I will pick a winner on July 12th when I return from vacation.

Tips and Tricks:

  • I am not sure if my thermometer was off (I was using a meat thermometer because that was all I had-ironic huh- to measure the temperature of the water) but I had more success with hotter water. Using hotter water (200 degrees F) did not harm the plastic but if you are using this with kids make sure it is cool enough for them to handle so no-one gets burned.
  • The Plasty-Craft worked in all of the molds I tried. Flexible molds were easier to use because you can flex the mold to pop out the embellishment. Since the Plasty-Craft is rigid it is more difficult to remove from ceramic, hard plastic or handmade scrap polymer clay molds but it did work with them just fine. I used a pin to get between the mold and the Plasty-Craft and it popped right out.
  • There is no waste, simply flatten out unused Plasty-Craft and put it back in the jar. I was concerned that reheating the Plasty-Craft would make it tough and unworkable but it did not, the girls kept making stuff, melting it back down and making more stuff. They had a ball and we reheated the plastic at least 6 times.
  • If you need to rework an area of your design you can submerge that part of the piece in hot water to only soften that part too although I did not play with sculpting too much.
  • You can also use Plasty-Craft for repairing household items or making comfortable handles for tools, I know some ladies who use it to make crochet hook handles,

My only concern using Plasty-Craft was if it might melt on accident but after working with it and seeing that you need to submerge it in really hot water for 2 minutes I think it is unlikely. I would not leave it in a hot car or on top of a heat register though-I rarely do with my artwork LOL! I hope you give this a try, it is super fun and not very expensive (cheaper than other brands of mold-able plastic out there) and with an extra 10% off (with coupon code: TKTMI48N) even better and of course you might just be the lucky winner of a jar! Thanks so much for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

Sponsored by Plasty-Craft, Imagination Creations, LLC

171 Responses

  1. Very awesome! I think I could us this great stuff for: journals, little boxes, things to decorate my garden and everywhere, and whew! I am sure there are hundreds of ways to play with it. Thanks, Lindsay.

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  2. It looks so easy to use. I don’t have any molds so I am looking for other ways I could use the Plasty-Craft (if I win, of course. 🙂

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  3. Very cool stuff ! What would I use if for? on canvas for my mixed media… I would have to work with it and see how it reacts and sticks to stuff,, If not,, just give me some and I will experiment and show you what I come up with 🙂

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  4. Now, this look likes fun. I would use it to make card embellishments with the load of molds I have. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  5. That is so neat! I think I would try to use it in making some jewelry…looks like it would be perfect for making pendants.

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  6. This would be a great product to make embellishments for scrapbooks and cards. What I like is that you can paint them to match the rest of the project you are working on.

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  7. Oh wow! I had no idea that there was a product out there like this!
    ** I would use this to make another vintage button so I could replace a missing one on a coat.**
    The possibilities are wide open with this crafty product. Thanks for the demo, it’s nice to be able to see how a item works or gets used before diving in. Always enjoy your posts =)

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  8. This really looks like fun. I love vintage and this looks like something that would fit in with other things I craft.

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  9. What a great project and it would be so awesome to win a jar of that. Oh the things I could make with it. Thanks Linsay for doing the video and the give away. Good luck to all that enter!

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  10. Great projects. I would love to win this product. Tfs, and for the giveaway. Hugs, Kathy

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  11. Hi Lindsay 🙂
    Thanks for showing us how to use Plasty-Craft. I have not seen that product before, but it looks so easy and quick to use. In addition to the above suggestions, it could be used for making earrings, necklaces, rings, coasters, fridge magnets, sculptures, figurines and any other great ideas. What a fantastic product!
    Best wishes.

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  12. I have wanted to try some of this stuff but the price of the other brands put me off a bit without knowing about it. You killed two birds with one stone for me. Thanks Lindsay.

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  13. I have never used Plasty-Craft and would love to win so I can try it.
    This would be a great product to use on my crafts and could be used
    for great projects with my grandchildren. They would find it
    amazing.

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  14. wow! that’s way cool! Thanks for showing us how it works 🙂 I’d use my rubber stamps in it or my molds.

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  15. I’d love to try that with some jewelry pieces, esp. cameo type pendants.

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    • I made a mold of a camero I had with scrap polymern clay and I tried the PlastyCraft in the mold, worked great, I made 2 so I could make earrings!

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  16. I use air dry clay with my Martha Stewart molds for a lot of my projects, but I have never seen this plastic used. I would love to give it a try.

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    • the only thing I don’t like about the Martha air dry clay is that if you get it wet it will get gooey. It is light though and great for mailing but for home decor or jewelry I prefer Plasty-Craft or Polymer clay. I am glad there is a clay for ever need!

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  17. This is awesome!! I have heard of something like this but haven’t tried it because of the cost! Would love to win some so I don’t feel guilty if I don’t like it. I would use it to make fairy houses and fairy doors to keep the magic alive for my grandchildren!!! I plan to put a fairy door in a few places in my house and letting the grandkids find them and tell them the story of fairies! Sounds like this would be the perfect medium since I can remelt it and make different doors to keep them guessing where the fairies are residing each time they come to our house!!
    Thank you for the great video and information!! RFingers crossed!

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  18. Wow that looks like fun. I really have to try this.Once again thanks for sharing your talents with us. Thanks for a chance to win..

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  19. I think that looks like a lot of fun. My grandson isn’t old enough to use it with me, but I’m putting it on my list for fun things to do with him later on.

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  20. This stuff looks so cool!!! Since making cards is pretty much my only crafty fun, I would use it to make embellishments for my cards. I love making each and every card unique and special so i love molded embellishments.

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  21. not sure why, but I immediately got a picture in my head of a little gift box charm for a Christmas bracelet! My grandboy would without a doubt create a weapon of some kind, his sisters most likely flowers or hearts!

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  22. This looks so exciting. I have a ton of molds and one that’s especially detailed that I would like to try it with. Also, I’m wondering about using it AS a mold…to press things into. Then I could use a clay in the Plasty-Craft mold I made! Hmmmm.

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  23. Oh what trouble I could get into with this, oh I mean what fun!! Thanks for your kindness in giveaway a gift….your just the bestest!!!

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  24. That really looks like fun! Thanks for sharing this.

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  25. I would try useing it to make molds from buttons

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  26. These would make some awesome mixed media embellishments. Thanks for sharing. Love new products.

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  27. I’m going to use it to repair a water fountain frog that fell and broke ( my dog took a dip and knocked it onto the patio!). I will also use it to make jewelry findings instead of metal, and I have some vintage buttons I would mold to make bracelets, since I can’t bear to part with the real ones. Happy Crafting!

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  28. I’ve had this in my saved items at Amazon for the LONGEST time but, like another poster, I couldn’t justify the expense — especially if I ended up not liking it!

    I love all kinds of crafting and trying new things. The idea that’s swimming in my head now is a miniature marionette. I’d like to see how it work for making miniature dishes, flatware, pots, etc., from custom molds I could create. Also, every year a friend and I make about 30-40 hand-made trinket-style Christmas gifts. We’re having a hard time coming up with an idea for this year, but I think this would open the door for creating unique embellishments that may not be easy to find and might get our juices flowing!

    BTW: I watch your YouTube channel several times a week and love variety!

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  29. Great project, Lindsay. What a versatile product. Hope I win the jar! Thanks for the opportunity. Keep your wonderful projects coming. Love what you make!

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  30. My son is really into chess. I’ve been trying to make him a custom set and it hasn’t been as easy as I hoped. I have wanted to try the Plasti-Craft beads for this and would love the opportunity to do so!

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  31. This would be a great craft for a birthday party.

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  32. HI Lindsay! Gorgeous creation, as always:). Ohhh, the possibilities!!! I see embellishments for my art journal….I see unique jewellery findings….I see little trinkets to tie to a present….Hmmm, guess I’m gonna have to get some to try!!! TFS!

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  33. Hi Lindsay, just started crafting about 10 months ago but I think I’ve always had it in me. Loving your watercolor paintings such an inspiration you are. Now this looks like a great craft to try. Would love to win. Thanks!! 😄🎨✂️

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  34. It looks like great stuff I work with kids and I think they would love it. Thanks Lindsey

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  35. I love this box you made. Plasty Craft sounds like something I would enjoy using. I have been trying to find out about using resins. This may work just fine and meet my needs. Edwina Brown

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    • AND there is no smell with this, resin is pretty stinky and more expensive. i am going to experiment with coloring the PlastyCraft so you don’t have to paint it. I plan on trying that after I get back from vacation:)

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  36. I think I would play with it and make embellishments. I’m sure my granddaughter would have a blast with it. Looks cool.

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  37. That was AWESOME…. the easier the better for me because I’m new at this molding stuff. Great video. 😉 Peach

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  38. Never to early to start Christmas decorations. How about a decoration on each Christmas Card that can be hung on the tree.

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  39. I would use it to make embellishments to decorate cards and boxes. Can you post the link to their store? The ones you have go to Amazon to but it there. Thank you.

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    • That is their store, they sell only through Amazon, many sellers with a single product do that now because people love to shop, and trust, Amazon and get 2 day shipping, the coupon code work in Amazon during checkout.

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  40. my sister and I love to make embellishments to use on our recycled wine bottles (furnished by friends). This would be so neat to try.

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  41. OMGoodness!! ME WANT!! I’ll make jewelry to donate to an organization that saves children who’ve been kidnapped to sell into sexual slavery–YES, right here in the USA this happens!! I was shocked and immediately offered to help them in a fund raising night. Thank you for the chance to win this…will really help!!

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  42. awesome Lindsay! I am a newbie to art and I recently purchased a unfinished box (cigar size) and I have yet to start painting and embellishing but you have given me some wonderful ideas. I would love to win and try this on my box. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  43. That box is so beautiful and elegant. I have no idea what I would use it for I think I would just keep experimenting and the think of a project afterwards. I would look around the house to see what I could use as moods though something so different.

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  44. I think I’d like to try using it for little sculptures, like miniatures for games or in little doll worlds. I’d like to see, also, what sort of jewelry components I could create. I have some old pieces that are missing bits that I could replace. Also, it would be great to make more arthritis friendly handles for tools and such. Lots of ideas!!

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  45. I would use Plastic Craft on a mixed media art project for the wall. I’mean sure I’like find lots of other ideas to use it with!

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  46. Easy to answer your question: I’d use it in the glue stick molds I own that are currently unused!

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  47. I have lots of ideas by just watching your video. Thanks.

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  48. I would use it for scrapbooks, cards, decorating boxes, school projects, decorating my notebooks and binders, and decorating it with almost everything in my house.

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  49. I think I would use Plasty-Craft for embellishment on cards and jewelry. I really like the pretty box. Hope you have a good Fourth of July weekend.

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  50. Oh wow! Love the box! How amazing is this stuff?? I’d most definitely make embellishments!! Thanks Lindsay for the tutorial!

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  51. Wow! Great tutorial and info! That sounds like so much FUN! I would use it to make flowers & frames 🙂

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  52. I love this stuff. It’s so cool.

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  53. Looks like fun!!!!

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  54. The Plasty-Craft bird, twigs, flowers and leaves came out so cute! I really love how you use what you have and don’t waste a darn thing including the leftover paint on your packaging palette! Whoever receives your pretty box Is a lucky duck 🙂

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  55. Wow this stuff is cool!!! I’d use it to make jewelry and hair ornaments for sure. I’ve got lots of silicone molds. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

    What I really like is that you can melt it over again if it doesn’t come out right the first time. I have tried the Plaid “Mod Melts” and those are fun, but they can’t be put back in the glue gun once molded – so if you mess them up, they’re wasted.

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  56. I would definitely use it for flowers! LUV your blog!

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  57. Goodness, that Plasty-Craft is new to me. I think I would use it in place of air dry clay in my molds. I think it will be way more sturdy.

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  58. I would likely use the plasty-craft in some of my polymer clay molds (since I love to use and make small clay embellishments) I think it would be really fun to craft with, and it would keep me busy during the summer and in my free time during school! P.s. I love your box!😄

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  59. Great video, like always 😃. I am kinda new to crafting I would use the PLASTY-CRAFT on some silicone molds I was given. I would try to make jewelry too, the ideas are endless. What’s your twin girls YouTube so I can support them and my grandchildren can learn new stuff with the girls. Thanks

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  60. I was mesmerized by that product and keep thinking of the fun my granddaughter could have making fun little things. I too have quite a few molds that we could use. Great idea Lindsey. The box looks great! Thanks for sharing.
    Sallie

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  61. So, no making a sun-shield for the car window if you live in a very humid and hot area.Got it! LOL. I do think this would be great for embellishing picture frames. Wonder if it would be to heavy for a card embellishment? I absolutely love boxes and to make them look stunning is just the cherry on top! Thank you for a great project and thank you to the nice peeps at Plasty-Craft.

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  62. I think it could be rolled thin and we could use our embossing folders, instant embellishments! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  63. Thank you for another clear and entertaining tutorial! I have learned so much from you. Plasty-Craft looks like a great product and I want to try it. I’d use it for miniatures for my terrarium gardens and also could repair a broken carved ornament on an old chest that was my mother’s–I’ve been looking for an easy way to do that for some time–I can paint it to match the furniture.

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  64. Hi Lindsay, I just love you and all your tutorials. I hope your family has a good and safe fourth.
    I would use this on my mini albums, on my altered items and to make jewelry with.

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  65. Your tutorials are always amazing! I look forward to them and watch them all! I have learned so much from you. Love this new product. So many possibilities! Thanks for the chance to win a jara,

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  66. I would use it to make embellishments for all kinds of projects. It looks a lot easier to use then a two part resin or even mod melts. I really like the reusable aspect of it.

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  67. I am very excited to use this product. I would like to make some cute jewelry. Thanks for all of your great tutorials.

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  68. I think i could use this for making pieces for my family as gifts and maybe even some jewelry for them to give that thought a shot n I’ve never won anything before so I thought I’d try and I’d could make cabochons for my phone cases

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  69. I think i could use this for making pieces for my family as gifts and maybe even some jewelry for them to give that thought a shot n I’ve never won anything before so I thought I’d try and I’d could make cabochons for my phone cases and I just got some new acrylic paint and don’t know what todo with it

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  70. It would be fun to use to make flowers to use on cards. I have some of the molds that are used with glue sticks.

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  71. 3D birds and flowers? Awesome! So many things can be made. Love love love it! A cool decoration for my room

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  72. I think if we roll it thin and use our different embossing folders, we could make instant embellishments. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  73. I’d probably experiment with making a nib holder, or replacement parts for some things around the house. Knitting or spinning tools, perhaps?

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  74. Looks like lots a fun….looking forward to more videos using this product!!

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  75. Thank you for showing us another awesome product! I love watching and learning. I would love to make earrings that are light weight. I know I could find a lot of things to make for my mixed media. I enjoy watching every day. Enjoy the warm weather! God bless!

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  76. Every year for my birthday I giveaway about 200 pair of earrings I think that I could make earrings out of it for my birthday this year

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  77. Oh waw..!! What a lovely product. Looks like it’s easy to work with. And it would be perfect for scrapbook embellishment. I did’nt know you could use it in molds. Great idea !! Thank you so much for providing so much inspiration. Your videos are great !!
    Thank you for the option to win a portion of this fab product. Would LOVE to win. If I won I hope it is not a problem to ship overseas ? If so I would offer to pay shipping.
    Sorry to disturb with questions : can you please help by telling the brand of the big molds you have on your desk ? E.g the big round one and the bird ?? Please ???!!!!
    Thanks again. You are such an inspiration.
    Hugs from Monica… Spain

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    • all the blue molds are Martha Stewart and the big round bracelet is Castin Craft. The winner will get a code to order it free on Amazon. Can you order from Amazon in Spain?

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      • Hi Lindsay. Oh my.. How amazing that you took time to reply my questions. Very impressing. Thank you so much.
        The bird you used on the box looks rather big. What I need is a bigger bird than most of the molds can offer. And your bird looked bigger. I guess you meant it is a Martha Srewart. And now I’m in doubt if you meant that Castin Craft is a brand or just means you made the mold yourself.???
        Yes Amazon has some stores who ships internationally. But most times the shipping runs up in outrageous amounts. More than the product. I do often shop on E Bay . But not E Bay Spain…but EBay USA or UK. Shopping from E Bay Spain does’nt give many options to find what you look for.
        Thank you again Lindsay. You are such a fantastic artist and I love seeing all what you share.
        Sending hugs from Monica…. Spain

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  78. My little girl is so crafty, she would love this!! And not just her Me Tooo!! 🙂 I’ve been waiting for something like this, so easy.

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  79. Wow! That stuff looks really cool! Way better than the air dry clay that I tried. I bought several different colors and after a few months of non-use, they were all hard and unusable. (completely sealed in unopened packages.
    As I have learned from you on several occasions, my wheels are turning, and I am wondering if you can add color to the plastic and “work it in” to have it dry w/ opaque color??? Oh please try that and do a video on your success’ and misses! I wonder if dye based reinkers would work, maybe alcohol inks or even the acrylic paint itself!
    Oh what fun you can have!
    Blessings,
    Valerie

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  80. This looks like an amazing product, I would like to see if I can build up a 3d picture with it.

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  81. They don’t have it on Amazon Uk:(

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  82. I would use Plasty Craft to make mixed media embellishments. And I love the possibility of stamping into it! My niece & her creative bff would have a great time! Thanks for the video!

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  83. Your box is gorgeous. TY for introducing this product. It looks like a lot of fun to use. I hope it is available in Canada.

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  84. I love this stuff looks so fun. I have a lot of molds so definitely would be making lots of embellishments for my journals, collages, cards and whatever else I can create!

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  85. What a fun product and a very useful video. Plasty Craft is perfect to customize your embellishment for a project. This really will be fun to use my daughter. Thank you for featuring this product,

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  86. I have learned so much and created so many new crafts from you.. I love watching your videos.. I think I would use this with molds but maybe take it a step further and make textures like u would with other mediums, add them to cards, journals and keepsake boxes.. Keep up the great work!!!

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  87. The box will hold the most precious love notes, cards & letters I’ve received and have saved for over 40 years.

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  88. I would probably use it on cards, but it sounds like the possabilties or endless.

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  89. Must get some to add to all my play things. I wouild make embelishments for my books, frames, jewlery………

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  90. Love the idea of making handles for my crochet hooks. I just got 2 silicone molds but have not used them yet. They we’re small molds to emblish cards. I also make jewelry and frig magnets. Wonder if I can find Minion molds. Those would be fun to paint. Love all your videos…you are an angel.👼

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  91. I would love to try some jewelry projects. Looks like fun. I would love to
    Win !!! Great box too.

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  92. Wow! What a fun product. I could see so many applications for this. I have SO many molds I could use this in and you’re right, it would be great for kids this summer. I am in need of more ‘resin’ pieces for a project I’m working on and with this I could use my molds and create what I want. So cool! Thanks for sharing!

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  93. I love playing with polymer clay to make my embelishments, I would use it in all my molds to make my embelishments. TFS and a chance to win.

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  94. I have never tried this plastic craft and would really love to try it for card embellishments.

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  95. Not really sure how I would use it, but would be fun to try all kinds of different art projects. Maybe Christmas ornaments would be a start.

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  96. thank you for another opportunity, I would love to try this!

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  97. Oh how fun!!! My grandchildren and I would have so much fun making flowers and beads and whatever molds we can get our hands on and then paint them all!!! Thank you for the chance to win!!!

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  98. Oh I’d love to try this in lieu of silicone molding material to make new molds for other types of clays such as air dry clay. Maybe even resin? It would make great embellishments but also things like miniatures for the little 3d projects I love to make. Going to Amazon now. Thanks for the coupon code. And thanks for the demo. I have a weakness for boxes.

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  99. What a cute box! Plasty-craft looks like a neat new product! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

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  100. Love the box you made. Plasticraft looks like it would make cool embelishments for cards. Thanks for sharing all your ideas.

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  101. Hello Lindsay! I really like this idea! Thank U for sharing your craft genius so we can see!
    Grace from facebook 🙂

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  102. Great video, looks like lots of fun. I would use the Plasty-craft for a molded handle on my loom knitting hook for days when my fingers are stiff and I have trouble knitting. I have a bunch of hard molds for polymer clay that I would like to experiment with to see if they work with the Plasty-Craft.

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  103. Beautiful box, Lindsay! I’m thinking steam punk embellishments! I would love to try these on a mixed media piece. Thanks for a really great giveaway!

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  104. Wow, the things to do with this are virtually limitless! I would love to win a jar. And thanks for the discount as well. This is a really great give away!

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  105. I would definitely make some embellishments. I want to make items for scenes, like in bottle caps and all the other wonderful tins and metal boxes. I can’t always find something, with this, I could make the things I want. Thanks Lindsay for an opportunity to win this awesome product! Love ya’

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  106. This is soooo COOL!
    I am thinking about the possibilities you can do with this stuff! I would like to try it for jewelry, journaling, scrapbooking, decorations around the house, to make presents, but most of all: at the moment I would use it to make embellishments for my cards. I wonder if you can color it when it is soft and moldable…? With acrylic paint and wearing gloves of course 🙂

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  107. Looks like a cool new item to have in my arsenal! I love the box you made, you make everything look so easy! I would love to try the flowers! Thanks for sharing!

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  108. This looks like it would be fun to work with; especially if I can make butterflies and dragonflies. It must be fun for yiu, Lindsay, to have twins that are so eager to play with Mom’s stash. Happy July4th!

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  109. This stuff looks like a lot of fun!! I would love to try making beads with it with my niece.

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  110. Thanks so much for sharing this. My daughter asked me about this product last year and I couldn’t find much about it. The company was sold out at the time too.
    Do you think it would hold findings if they were added while it was soft? Can you mold it with your hands like clay or is it too pliable? Hmm may have to get some and play. 🙂

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  111. This is really neat for greeting cards and my grand and great grand kids to play with. this is a great thing to have for project day with them. the sky is the limit on this. thanks for the idea.

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  112. That Plasty – Craft plastic looks like so much fun! I would use it to decorate all sorts of things and probably use it to make the box you made in the tutorial. I’d be so happy to win it!

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  113. I would love to try this with my daughter! I have a few silicone molds that I have collected over the years but somehow never used and this would be the perfect craft to pull them out for.

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  114. I would mold then paint with metallic paint for jewelry.

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  115. This is great for kids to use, I would use it for mixed media canvas and for favors and place cards for entertaining. Thanks for bringing this product to our attention!

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  116. I would love to try that product for scrapbooking or to make jewelry

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  117. This product is awesome!! Thank you for sharing and giving away the product for us to try

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  118. I would use the Plasty-Craft to make some molded pieces for my cards or some jewelry that my niece and I can make together. it looks like a really cool product!

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  119. I would love to try this out! I have just bought some molds so I could use it in them and paint then turn into jewelry or decorate the cover of my journals or storage boxes. The possibilities are endless!

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  120. I’ve never heard of it but it’s awesome! I’d love to make some knobs from a dresser I’m redoing. I could do all sorts of stuff with it. Mixed media things, home dec things…there’s so much you can do!

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  121. this looks awesome!! I would use it for making embellishments especially flowers 😊. Thanks for the giveaway

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  122. This looks like fun stuff. I don’t work with polymer clay much anymore because of my hands. I have a lot of molds, so I will definitely give it a try.

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  123. Wonderful! I would use it in my mixed media artwork. Sea shells on canvas etc. I also see myself making fancy corner edges for handmade books, molding it around pens would be an interesting experiment as well. Kids would delight in making fridge magnets.

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  124. WOW!!! I love all the ideas everyone is coming up with. I would love to try this product one day. Great question Lindsay. I learn so much from you and everyone’s input. Thanks for everything 😃

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  125. thank you for the giveaway Lindsay, I remember even in your last haul video, you pointed on the giveaway! this thing looks like clay, so can have many possibilities, embellishments is something you have already shown.. Ofcourse, charms can be made from this .. i think this will also add wonderful textures to canvas or cards..

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  126. I was worried it wouldn’t take acrylic paint but you cleared up that misconception! I had been eyeing this stuff for a while on Amazon to use with my tiny flower molds to embellish cards.

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  127. I make fairies out of silk flowers and I think this would be so wonderful to use to make some wings for them!

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  128. Looks wonderful. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  129. This stuff looks like a lot of fun. I’d use it in my mixed media journals and to embellish cards. I know the grandkids would love it. Thanks for the 10% off coupon. Your box looks nice also.

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  130. A personalize pen holder for a man’s desk; or a ring older kept near the kitchen sink that makes the decor. TY4S

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  131. I love this project. The box would be amazing to use as holder for a present. Thank you having this opportunity to win a jar of this!!!!!

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  132. I like to make it a picture, or add it to a watercolor picture to give it additional detail.

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  133. Such a neat way to embellish the box! I would like to win a jar of Plasti-Craft so I can use all of my Martha Stewart molds and clay I got on clearance. I would use them on my mix media and cards projects!! Thanks for the chance Lindsay!

    Hugs
    Carmen L

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  134. How cool is this stuff?! I think I’d try making little doggy cabashons with it. TFS and a chance to win! Hugs Kristina

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  135. I would use it to make jewerly pieces and embellishments for cards, journals and many more things thank you Linda for this chance and also for always helping us with new products

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  136. I would definitely make some thicker handles for a few crochet hook, but also a vase of pretty flowers to help get through the lonnnnnng cold winters in mass.! Lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  137. I’ll be using it to build up a weak spot on our cat’s favorite toy…it keeps breaking and super glue just isn’t cutting it. I also will experiment with some of my metal stencils.

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  138. Awesome product – love that you share things that I don’t think I’d ever find on my own.

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  139. Thank you for sharing another great product! It helps a great deal to know that someone is trying out these products and we get a honest answer on how they work!

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  140. I would love to make some individualized pinheads (I’m a quilter) — you can use polymer clay for this but the baking … Ugh. 🙂

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  141. I loved this product and would like to use it. It is easy to use.

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  142. This product looks awesome! I can think of so many ways I’d like to use it: Christmas tree ornaments, charms for jewelry, embellishments on cards, wall hangings, journals, pocket letters, gift packages, on food gift containers and it would be so fun to do projects with the kids too. I love your keepsake box. It’s really pretty.

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  143. Hey Lindsey! I would love to use this with my grand babies! We could make their mommies really pretty hair barrettes using my silicon soap molds! So excited to see this product and will certainly check it out on Amazon! Mahalo, and thanks for the chance to win some too!

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  144. I would try making pendants for jewelry and embellishments for wooden boxes I draw Zentangle patterns on.

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  145. It would be fun to use silicone molds to make earrings I think. Or depending on the weight of them card embellishments. I’m a Crayola Model Magic lover so I’m sure I’d love this product.

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  146. I would use it with my M Stewart molds with my Granddaughter. She loves to craft and this sound safe enough for a 8 yr old girl. Thanks for the demonstration and a chance to win.

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  147. Think of all the beautiful embellishments we could make! Seems like a product that is easy to use, and will be used by many frugal crafters!

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  148. This stuff looks like fun.

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  149. This reminds me of .. hmm fantastic plastic? pellets? which i loved. Id love to see how well this worked to fill the smaller more intricate molds, like bees, are the tiny birds? I didnt know this was available, thanks so much for sharing with us. What first made me stop and view the post was the box, as I have been playing with covering and adding journals to a creme cheese box. Hate to throw anything away. OHHH, hey? Could you mold it through a stencil? ooooh, i have a stencil that would be great to use for that box im playing with.. yummmy, wheres that coupon at? =)

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  150. love to try this out as have used sculpey clay and this seems a lot easier and faster to get cool results. thanks for the info.

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  151. omgosh that was so fun…would love to try this…I have everything except the plastycraft and molds but I can order some if I would win…where I live there are not a lot of craft places…being retired I love trying things I never had time for when I was working…you have given me so many ideas I hardly throw anything away any more and my husband thinks I’m nuts until I make something I seen you make lol…

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  152. I would make something easy with my 4 year old! She would just enjoy doing it

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  153. I would like to use it to make embellishments for paper crafting.

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  154. I would love to male embellishments for cards,scrapbooks and magnets. I’ve used Sculpy and air dry Paper Clay, but not this fun looking Plasticraft!

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  155. crafty goodness again Lindsay! your so talented 🙂

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  156. i would really like to win that.the clay looks awesome
    love your channel and your videos

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  157. Im thinking this would be a great project material for a multitude of things! Thank You for sharing

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  158. I have a collection of Martha and Plaid silicone molds, plus some I made with the Melt Art putty, but they never get used cause I hate using the melting pot. Plus I only have the clear UTEE which becomes ambered if its heated more than just a couple mins. Sometimes you just need a solid white base to start with! This would be perfect and maybe I wouldn’t be as nervous working with it as I am with the 500 degree melting pot!

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  159. Oh how wonderful! I’ve used clay, Utee and even hot glue sticks in my silicone molds but this is even better. Thank you so much for posting this. This is going to be great for the kiddos this summer and I don’t have to worry about the grands burning themselves. I can always count on you for a ‘go to’ project just right for the little one.

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