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Make your own tetris block silicone ice cube tray. The mold created in this project can be used for much more than just ice cubes- try making Jello ...
The materials and design for this project are somewhat flexible. The idea is to create many different 1" cubes, and piece them together in the form of the ...
A quick Google image search for "tetris solved" returns the block layout shown below. This design (or any other design where the tetris pieces fit perfectly together) will ...
The design that we are using requires two "I" pieces, one "J" piece, one "L" piece, two "O" pieces, one "S" piece, two "T" pieces, and one "Z" ...
The walls of the positive should be made from a nonporous material as to not stick to the silicone once it has dried. I recommend acrylic for this ...
Mix the silicone according to the directions provided. Pay careful attention to whether it asks to measure by weight or volume. Pour the silicone mix over the wooden ...
To remove the negative from the holder: Using a sharp knife, cut around the sides between the housing and the silicone. If possible break away the sides of ...
To make clear tetris ice cubes just add water to the mold and freeze.To make colored tetris cubes, first look up which game color scheme you would like ...
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