Monday, October 19, 2015

How to Mold/Make Creepy Silicone Halloween Masks (Did We Make a Troll or a Gnome Mask?)

 
Here is a real creepy project just in time for Halloween!
We molded a gnome lawn ornaments using ReMold Putty, and then we created a silicone mask.



 
Need more Halloween mold making ideas?

  • Make chocolate pops for the neighborhood trick-or-treaters.
  • Make your mother a concrete garden gnome complete with illuminated eyeballs!
  • Make your father a one of a kind, glow in the dark, plastic golf tee for Halloween night golfing.
  • Make your brother a Halloween themed rubber chew toy for his best friend.
  • Make your sister a white chocolate skull centerpiece for her annual Halloween party.
  • Make your daughter a customized spooky necklace and earrings to accessorize her costume.
  • Make your son a modified Bionicle mask to complement his costume.
  • Make your grandfather some scary scenery for his Halloween themed train set. 
  • Make your grandmother a specialized cake for her October bridge party.
  • Make your friends some spooky candles for their next séance.
  • Make glow in the dark fishing worms.

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