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In a nutshell: using a Dremel, carve a message or the name of your loved ones into Lego blocks. Using PinkySil Silicone, make moulds of the blocks. Ma...
I wanted my kids to have some unique end of year gifts for their classmates, so using a Dremel with a fine cutting bit I inscribed their names into so...
You need food-grade silicon if you are going to eat whatever you make. For the mould casing, I used an old tin lid. Anything will do, as long as it it...
Because the lego is hollow it will want to float up, so have something to weigh it down. I used some erasers. Try to keep at least 3-4mm between each ...
The silicone takes about 30 mins to go off - more if you are in a cold place. When it is firm to touch, and no fingerprint remains on the surface, you...
My family and I live in Afghanistan, so getting good cooking chocolate is not an option. I did find some stuff in the cupboard and we made chocolate p...
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