Thursday, August 15, 2013

How to Make an Oreo Cookie Mold

There's a really fun product available, called Easy Mold.





















You can buy it online and your craft store may or may not carry it.  It's a silicone putty and it's by the same makers as Easy Cast.  This is so simple to use to make molds, it's not even funny!  It opens up a world of possibilities!

I made this silicone mold of an Oreo Cookie!!




You will need:

-  An Oreo (you might need a package in the event you break one or eat them all!!)
-  Easy Mold  - for more info. on Easy Mold go to www.eti-usa.com
-  Wax paper or parchment paper

Here is the video tutorial:

Directions:

1.  Take an Oreo Cookie and separate the wafer from the filling (feel free to eat the filling!!).  Stick the wafer/cookie part into the freezer for 10+ minutes. 
2.  Prepare the Easy Mold per package directions.
3.  Roll Easy Mold into a ball - working on wax paper - and squish it down flat.
4.  Firmly, but gently, press the cookie into the Easy Mold - making sure not to break the cookie.
5.  Allow to sit in the mold for the amount stated on the package (30-35 minutes).
6.  When fully cured, take the cookie out of the mold and brush out any crumbs left behind by the cookie.

You are now ready to make Oreo cookies out of all kinds of materials!!

It's is that easy!

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

Mona

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