5 Words This Girl Loves To Hear:
"we've got some extra concrete"
I took off at a run for the house to grab some supplies. On such short notice all I could come up with was a couple spring pans and a jello mold. Don't forget the veggie oil and a rag or some type of non-stick spray.
I did that with another spring pan and my jello mold as well. I used my hand to level off the top and covered the whole thing with a garbage bag. Leaving it to sit for a couple days before taking my forming off.
The spring pan was even easier. Bottom popped right off and once I loosened the pan it slipped right off. How easy is that.
I need to run a sanding block over it and am thinking about adding some color to finish it off.
I really love how the jello mold piece turned out. The fluting is wonderful! I had two nesting sizes so I used one on the interior also. I couldn't find much heavy to hold it in so I've used all kinds of junk, looks perty doesn't it?
This one was a little tricky for the demolding process. The outer mold popped right off. The inner mold, well, that's another story. Doesn't that look great!
Then, the bottom piece on the mold is removable and refused to come out. I had to tear it up to get it out. I'll have to change how I do that next time.
Now, how to finish them off. Stay tuned, not sure what I'm going to do but I've got a few ideas. Pictures coming soon!