Casting for Crafters

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Sterling Publishing Company, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2007 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Casting—pouring a material such as plaster or concrete into a mold, letting it cure, and then unmolding it—is a simple procedure that yields fantastic results. Popular author Marie Browning provides a comprehensive introduction to every aspect of the craft, with a wide range of techniques, stunning projects to make, and beauty shots of every item. Charts present the most common molds and indicate which casting materials work best with them; tried-and-true hints assure crafting success.

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Lately, casting has expanded from the ubiquitous white plaster models of children's crafts to objects made of clear resins incorporating a multitude of objects and large outdoor projects involving ... Read full review

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Marie Browning is the author of 31 crafting books, with more than 2 million copies in print. Her articles have appeared in national craft, home decor, and trade magazines. The winner of several Craft & Hobby Association (CHA) design awards, she was named a "Top Influential Industry Designer" by Craftrends magazine. A creative consultant to craft industry manufacturers, she is currently signature designer at American Tombow.

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