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An authentic First Impressions Mold! Direct from FIM and Made in the USA! Food Safe! Please note the dimensions in the product features up top! Copyright protected! Create highly detailed dimensional pieces that are perfect for adding fun accents to your cakes, cupcakes and cookies. Or use it to create soaps, candles and much more. Never use a mold for food that you have used for any other medium. Hints and tips provided by First Impressions Molds: Molding: Press your medium firmly into the mold making sure you capture all of the detail and any undercuts. If you are using sugar paste use shortening to keep it from sticking to your hands. If you have excess after filling the mold you can either cut it off carefully with a pair of small scissors, pinch it off or run a straight edge spatula that has been rubbed across the top. If you are using sugar paste rub the edge of the spatula with shortening. Important tips: If the mold is deep, highly detailed or has undercuts, you MUST place the filled mold into the refrigerator (more time) or freezer (less time) for 5-15 minutes depending on how deep the mold is to allow it to set firm for easier de-molding. When molding any type of sugar paste you can lightly dust the mold itself with cornstarch for easier de-molding. De-molding: After you have pressed your medium into the mold, you can simply pop the piece out by gently holding the mold with your thumbs on top and fingers on the bottom of the mold flexing it up and out. If you have placed the filled mold into the refrigerator or freezer remove it and de-mold as instructed. Painting: After you have de-molded place the piece on waxed paper to dry. You can paint your piece as soon as the top feels dry if you did not put it into the refrigerator or freezer. If you did place it into the refrigerator or freezer this drying process will take much longer, perhaps even overnight. You are now ready to paint using liquid, powder or airbrush color.

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