I used it many times to bake cornbread and muffins, etc.
This baking mold is too old to use for baking, but it can still be used for other things.
I want to try out using it for making Christmas decorations with a Dinosaur theme for Kids.
recycle paper, glue gun sticks, clay. As well as candle wax or Soap.
Here I used old oil crayons that I cut into smaller pieces to fit in the form.
I was wanted to make a prettier mix of the colors,
but I left it in the heat for too long and the colors split like in the picture above.
Here I try to make figures using recycled paperrolls and eggpackage cardboard.
By mixing the materials in water try to make pulp water.
First tear the paper into many smaller pieces like in the picture above, then
let it soak into the water for about 15-20 minutes.
Then make Paper pulp by grinding it in a mixer or foodprocessor. Add some starch glue
(about ½ liter water- and about “3cm long toothpaste” amount of glue)
into the water and mix well.
Then scoop out the pulp water and put it in the figure-mold with a tea strainer.
Spread the mixture evenly onto the shape.
After a little while the mixture will dry and extra water will come out
so please wipe it with a cloth.
Once the Paper figure is completely dry and it is safe to then remove.
This ornament made from Paper Pulp. (Wall ornament)
Depending on the color of the paper it might be recommended to paint,
color or draw on the figure as you see fit. It is also possible to use glitter powder and such.
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Using homemade soap it is possible to make special bath bombs as good gift items.
I don't have experiment picture now, but I recommend these videos.