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« Reply #10 on: February 21, 2008 08:20:49 PM »

My mums getting me a litre of epoxy resin, through her art corse at polytech.
And only for $25!!

Im not sure what the brand is though

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« Reply #11 on: March 21, 2008 11:47:29 PM »

Norski wont sell direct , you have to go through mitre10 or other stockists. I  tried the product they stock at bunnings but it was horid, really bubbly no matter how hard I tried.

 I am interested  in any good mould supplies. preferably someone who will make injection moulds if I supply my own blanks. I have emailed heaps of companies but had no luck.

The meltable rubber for moulding isnt that great , every time I have tried it I get loads of bubbles no mater how  hard I try and the liquid latex takes forever to set in layers. grrr. I have been keeping an eye out of ice cube trays as well. Any ideas greatly appreciated.
« Reply #12 on: March 22, 2008 01:47:11 AM »

Here is another place that has jewelry resin:
I bought some bezels and resin from this woman at a craft show about 2 years ago and it's still sitting in my drawer waiting to be used ...!  Not enough hours in the day and too many crafts I want to try!
I have just ordered some blank adjustable rings from her to have a play with. 
I know you can get polymer clay molds from here:
but not sure if they work with resin as well as polymer.  The owner, Petra (she's in Christchurch) is very helpful and you could e-mail her to check I suppose.

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« Reply #13 on: March 24, 2008 12:16:44 AM »

wow those moulds  at the zigzag siteare fantastice. off to email her now and see if I can resin with them.. Even if not resin, they are wicked anyhow.
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« Reply #14 on: March 24, 2008 02:35:44 AM »

I checked those out too, doesn't look like they could be used for resin... but if you have any joy let us know!  resinobsession on ebay has some good molds.

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« Reply #15 on: March 24, 2008 04:47:17 PM »

I am so annoyed with myself. I bought a chocolate mudcake to use as the top of my daughters wedding cake just after xmas, the cake happend to be sitting in a solid flexi plastic tray that would be perfect for a square trivet or placemat mould.. I have managed to rescue it but if I had have known then what I know now. Would have bought a bunch of them.

This resin thing is so addictive. I find myself cruising through plastics shops checking everything out!! You just never know what might be useful lol. I am sure some of the shop owners must think I need medicating lol.
« Reply #16 on: July 01, 2008 01:08:44 AM »

Spotlight (in Dunedin, and I'm sure in their other stores around the country) has quite a bit of resin stuff surprisingly. Seem to be more aimed toward making door knobs for cabinets than jewellery but eh.

I got two 125ml bottles of "super liquid gloss" (misleading name) - one hardener and one resin - for about $15.00. It works PERFECTLY!  Cool
« Reply #17 on: July 01, 2008 07:05:13 PM »

Ooh, thanks. Good to know. I have a spotlight voucher to use as I spent so much there over the weekend...

I made some resin fridge magnets a year a couple of years ago - filled with different kinds of candy - and only the m & m magnets went a bit weird and the candy started to disintegrate. Liquorice allsorts and jelly snakes were all good though.
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