Christmas mould: Christmas cottage

  • Silicone mould suitable for epoxy
  • While stock lasts

Want to make something unique for Christmas? Then use epoxy to make your own Christmas house! Because of the relief in the windows, for example, you can easily vary the colours to create beautiful contours in the house. You will need about 350 grams of epoxy to fill the entire cast.

Tip: release agent spray can simplify removing the cast from the mould and can extend mould life.

Suitable epoxy resin 

For casting this mould, we recommend using a UV-resistant epoxy with low to medium viscosity. For example, use  RESION UV Epoxy of RESION UV Resin Art Epoxy LV. Both epoxies are very suitable!

Tip: easily remove bubbles from your epoxy without damaging the mould? Use RESION Bubble Burst alcohol spray!

Make your own unique 3D Christmas cottage with these pigments

Want to put your own twist on your Christmas cottage? For the cottage in the photo, we used transparent pigments. The trees and dolls were made with Resi-Tint MAX pigment paste. Tip: add a unique glow-in-the-dark effect to your cottage with GlowTint.

Properties

Shape: Christmas cottage
Theme: Christmas
Material: silicone
Required epoxy: approx. 350 g

 

 

We have a number of recommendations for working safely with polymers. At Polyestershoppen you will not only find the polymers themselves, but you can also purchase all the protective equipment you need from us. If you have any doubts or questions, please contact our customer service. We can give you advice on how to work safely with polymers.

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