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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. Make ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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