Thursday, December 10, 2015

Craft and Hobby Association Blog Hop With Prizes




A lot happens in a year and we're very excited to share these changes with all of our colleagues at the CHA Conference and Trade Show! 

We've listened closely to your feedback and made additions and alterations to the ComposiMold line of mold making materials.

  • ReMold Putty is awesome! Apply it directly to almost any model and capture the finest detail! ReMold Putty can be used to make molds of sculptures, prototypes, candles, picture frames, coins, etc. You can cast wax, clay, low melt plastics, low melt metal, and a variety of resins into ReMold Putty. Just like ComposiMold, ReMold Putty may be remelted and used over and over.

    New 6 oz. sizes of ComposiMold come in brand new, eye catching packaging, ready to hang! Try them with a clip strip merchandiser and Header Card in a Starter Package ready to go!

    7oz. Low Melt Soy Wax for candle making now includes 12" of cotton wick!

    ComposiMold-Flex is our newest heat-and-pour formulation. It is ultra flexible for use with soft casting materials such as soap, wax, and chocolate. Simply bend the mold away from your casting to remove delicate creations.

    Make It Chocolate is specifically designed for use with chocolate! It is flexible for easy removal of chocolate shapes and comes in a brightly colored package to attract all the creative cake, cupcake, and cookie decorators. It's Easy to Make It Chocolate!

Excited?! Us too! Please come by our booth at the CHA MegaShow in Anaheim, CA, January 7-12, 2016 to meet us and check out these awesome new products! 

Oh and don't forget to enter to win a $600+ Visa Gift Card below:

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26 comments:

  1. Hi! I love your ComposiMold examples, especially the rooster and teddy bear. Thank you for participating in the CHA Blog Hop. I've learned a lot through participating in the hop. BTW, the Rafflecopter box isn't showing on your blog. The code is showing for it, but the box doesn't show. Have a wonderful time at the CHA Show.

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    1. Thank you Bev! Yes, I see that it's not working. I'll check with the I.T. people!
      See you at CHA?!

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  2. Hi! I love your ComposiMold examples, especially the rooster and teddy bear. Thank you for participating in the CHA Blog Hop. I've learned a lot through participating in the hop. BTW, the Rafflecopter box isn't showing on your blog. The code is showing for it, but the box doesn't show. Have a wonderful time at the CHA Show.

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  3. Very cool! I'll definitely be by the booth to check it all out.

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    1. Thank you Cindy! I look forward to meeting you! And if we can help beforehand, just give us a shout!

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  4. Thanks Cindy! We'll be at Booth #804. We'll see you there!

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  5. Thanks for being part of the See You at CHA Blog Hop!

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  6. Thanks for being part of the hop! Raffle copter isn't working!

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    1. Thanks Jean, we're working on that! See you at CHA?!

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  7. this stuff is so fun! I definitely want to learn how to use it!

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    1. Thank you Sarah! I do have the coolest job...make a chocolate shape, then a candle, then an action figure...If we can help, please let us know!

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  8. The craft tool I cannot live without is my Fiskars Fingertip Craft Knife. Can't wait to learn more about your new products.

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    1. Fingertip Craft Knife? I'm going to have to check that out!

      ComposiMold is awesome. I hope you give it a try. Come see it in action at CHA!

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  9. Stamps ( and inks) are my can't live without craft supply

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    1. We love stamps too! We've also experimented with making ComposiMold molds of stamps and then turning our favorites into epoxy pendants and polymer clay pieces too.

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  10. This sounds interesting. My daughter is a jewellery designer and this product sounds like it might be something she would use. I'll pass this info on to her to watch for it when it becomes available.
    The tool I use every day is my Tonic paper trimmer.

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    1. Hi Teresa! It's available now. These are just some new products to check out. www.ComposiMold.com

      We have used ComposiMold for lots of jewelry projects: polymer clay push mold pendants, making tiny toys into beads, duplicating real jewelry into chocolate versions, and more! I hope you tell your daughter about us!

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  11. Raffle Copter is not working. Thank you for participating the CHA Blog Hop

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  12. Looking forward to seeing all the awesome new goodies headed our way!!
    My must have supplies are dies, paper and adhesives!!! TFS!

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    1. Thanks Barbara! The only thing I ever wanted for Christmas, as a kid, was paper. Paper, paper, paper!

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  13. I love my Die Cutting machine and dies especially my Spellbinders ones and my Crazy Birds dies by Sizzix!

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  14. YES - I'm EXCITED!!!
    HOPE you have FUN at CHA :)
    PS - I can't live without my self healing craft mat, it is part of every project I create. I use the cutting side to cut, the grid on the cutting side to align and the reverse side for when I am adhering layers together => YES, it is an AWESOME tool!!!

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  15. Looking forward to seeing you at CHA!

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  16. I love your rocks and the cat, and thank you for the Blast from the Past with the California Raisin!

    My favorite tool is other peoples' imaginations: for coming up with their ideas and having the vision to create the templates and techniques and the generosity to share them with us.

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