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Adult 3D Life Casting Kit 2 Hand Casts - Bronze Metallic Paint


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    Shelbee

    Arrived on time, well packaged and as described! Will definitely buy again.

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    Zoe

    Got this item to do a cast of mine and my husbands hands for our 10th wedding anniversary. It is a good sized kits with enough supplies to do two moulds of holding hands. You probably could do 3 casts of single hands or 3 sets of babies feet but would need to adapt the container holding the alginate. Our first one was good but we redid it with our wrists touching and stands up perfectly. It is pink whilst drying then goes pure white. We used the silver paint in the kit as this was brought for a tin anniversary so liked the look of metal through the silver colour. The detail is fantastic and shows all the little creases and details on the cast. Only thing I would say is practice putting object into container as the alginate sets very quickly. We used water straight from the tap and not warmed. Overall super impressed and have got more alginate to do our children's hands

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    Charlie Montagne

    This is great fun and, if you prepare a bit before you start, very easy to use and gives very nice results. The alginate is safe (I think it is made from seaweed, though I could be wrong) and even smells rather nice. If you haven't used it before, here are a few tips that I learnt the hard way. First off get a container that you are going to use for your cast (I use a 5L jug for a typical two handed cast, but something like a big plastic pop bottle, with the top cut off, will do for a typical one handed cast). To get an idea of how much alginate and plaster solutions you will need, put your hand/whatever into the empty graduated jug/pop bottle, making sure it doesn’t touch the side or bottom and add water until it reached the top of where you want the cast to stop. (Mark the level). Take your hand out and mark this lower level too. This lower level, gives you roughly how much alginate solution you’ll need for your life cast. The difference between the upper and lower levels (in mL) will give you roughly how much plaster solution you will need to fill it with. (By way of guide, it usually takes about 800mL of plaster solution to do a two (adult) handed cast, as shown in the photo below) Next, get everything ready, before you start, because once mixed, the alginate solution sets hard in just a few minutes, so you need to work quickly. I use 4 parts water to 1 part of alginate (by weight) and mix using an electric wisk in a big bowl (the hardened alginate comes off the blades in hot soapy water). The electric wisk gets the mixing done as quickly as possible (don’t hang about - don’t mix for more than about 20-30 seconds or until the alginate has all gone into the water). Again, just to give a very rough guide, in the 5L jug I used here, I mixed 2.5L of cold tap water with about 600g of alginate. Next quickly transfer this pink solution to the 5L jug/container and then give the sides of the containera good bang to remove as many trapped air bubbles from the alginate as possible ( also bang it down on the counter a few times to try to release bubbles that way). Position the alginate solution somewhere you can comfortably hold your arm steady for the several minutes you’ll need to, while the alginate sets (I have found putting it on the seat of a chair, is a good height for me, personally). Then immerse the hands in it. The alginate sets in about 3-5 minutes, depending on temperature of the water you use and the room temperature. It feels cold as it sets. The colour changes from pink, to a pale pinky grey colour when hard. Loosen your hand by very slowly and gently flexing and wriggling your fingers and wrist. If you are casting two (or more) hands holding, gently release your holds before removing one hand at a time, (ideally starting with the smallest hand, or the outside hands first, one at a time), to minimise the chances of tearing the mould. It feels like your hand it stuck solid, but it is only held in there by suction and you will feel it gradually coming loose, as you wiggle and flex. Be patient and take your time getting your hands out, as you don’t want to tear the mould. This may take several minutes. Once your hands are free. Prepare the plaster; add the plaster one spoonful at a time, like you were adding sifted flour to a cake mixture, across the whole surface of the water, to allow it to sink and soak evenly as it sits in the water (don’t just quickly “spoon” it in like you would sugar to a hot drink, as the plaster tends to clump in the water if you do this. Also, I found adding the plaster increased the water volume by about 70% (ish), so make sure you have a large enough mixture containing to take the increase in volume, once the plaster has been added and have still plently of room to give it a good stir at the end). Once all the plaster has been added to the water, allow it to just sit and “soak” for a minute or so. Give it a good stir and then tap the sides firmly to help the trapped air bubbles rise to the surface of the solution. Leave it a minute or so, the let the air bubbles rise. I usually tap the bottom firmly on the counter top to help them rise). Then, pour the plaster solution, at an angle into the mould, making sure you remove all the air pockets trapped by half filling with plaster and then tilting the alginate mould to let any air escape. Then fill to the top with plaster, give the sides of the container a few more solid thumps to release any air trapped in the mould and allow to set. (Also, on very big casts, as it sets, you may see water coming to the top of the mould, if you haven’t stirred the plaster solution well enough. When this happened to me, I just removed this excess with a paper towel and filled the mould up with a few more ML of plaster) After a few hours, remove the alginate mould from the jug, or whatever. Now comes the fun part! Carefully remove the alginate covering the plaster cast (it feels quite rubbery, but comes away easily enough, after making a couple of slight cuts in it with a sharp knife). It does take a bit of time to get all the small pieces of alginate out from the small nooks and cranies of the cast. In fact, this can quite fiddly. I initially used a thin sharp knife to remove these (but found it tended to mark the soft plaster, if I wasn’t very careful), but then bought some plastic modelling/sculpting tools to use instead, which I found worked really well. At this stage, the plaster cast is set but still quite moist on the outside, so you can remove any little plaster nodules on the surface, before allowing to fully dry. One final suggestion, to get used to doing this, I started with a very small scale trial, just using a plastic disposable cup full of the alginate solution and casting a couple of fingers. I found this really helpful and gave me confidence before “scaling up” to do larger pieces. It’s good fun and the amount of detail you get in the plaster casts is remarkable. Recommended

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    Shaz Knighton

    Bought this for Valentine's present ... superb and really easy to do, worth every penny.

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    Mr Sirett

    Wow.....totally blown away with this kit.....amazing value and fun ......so pleased .....I was successful in producing 2 couple sets.....one was to be a gift for my sister (our parents holding hands) sadly my mum is on palliative care and I knew this would be a perfect lasting memory for her.....I was even more thrilled when my 2nd go was just as good........ A beautiful keepsake....we had fun .....the only negative was the instructions, I researched quite a bit and decided to go off general measurements on the net......so to make one adult double hand cast I used just over 5pints (about 5.3pints) of water to x2 bags of the Alginate........I used it straight out of the tap ...this cold temperature gave me more mixing time ....it does set quick so be 100% set up ready........both my casts have bubbles in them a bit but I put that down to inexperience with the materials....rushed the mixing a bit .....however once painted you can hardly see them .......as for the odd lump or air bubble these pick off easily.......I have to say fantastic product maximum WOW factor.....little tip .....buy a 5L bucket and a cheap 5L water bottle .....they are perfect for a double hand cast.........

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    Bella

    Once again very happy, this time we done single hands

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    Steven H

    I bought this for my wife and she loved it, I will buy this again when the occasion arises.

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    ELIZABETH BLACKWELL

    So easy to use. Made a handcast with my elderly parents - very beautiful. Lots of clear instructions. I used a 5 litre bowl, and 2.5 packets of amalgam and 1 pack of plaster. Great result although not painted yet.

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    Andrew Safi

    The product arrived in a beautiful package and the instructions are super easy to follow. I mean, obviously we messed up the first try but there's plenty for two or even three tries! 5 star product. Partner and I were shocked with the detail. In fact its a little strange picking away at the alginate to reveal a super lifelike copy of your hand. Waiting a week before painting and looking forward to the final product

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    Liv

    Bought as a couples gift. Did need to find a bucket big enough but was super easy to work out and use. Did have to wait a while on it setting (which was no hassle) and the end product was amazing. No cracks, no issues, looks extremely realistic.

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    Adam lane

    Ordered this for me and my wife to make a cast not realising it actually comes with 2 so we also made a cast of the kids hands as well. Excellent item. Just remember it doesn't co.e with the bucket so you need a 5l bucket

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    Savannah

    I bought this to make a mould of my father in laws hands as he was terminally ill. He has since passed away and thankfully due to this amazing kit we have an absolutely beautiful sculpture of his hands. Every little detail from his nails, knuckles, fingers are so clearly outlined. I 100% recommend anyone thinking of buying it to just do it.

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    Sarah Hayes

    I can't thank you enough for this amazing product i have a forever keep sake of my mum and myself hand. Who gained her angel wings today

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    Tilly Ryan

    Fantastic works really well great seller and great communication make sure you use a kitchen thermometer to make sure your water is perfect so it does not set to quickly loved this so much was really fun to do so i bought 2 kits

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    Pam

    I used cold water to give me extra time as the first one dried up. It turned out so beautiful can see my mums veins and wrinkles. Beautiful memories of my mum forever

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    Ryan

    Wow I am amazed by the outcome!! The detail is amazing! 1st attempt failed miserably and unfortunately lost out on 2 bags of the powder because the solution hardened too quickly although we followed instructions, so luckily we had enough to start over. Stressful hour but amazing outcome! It's a shame I lost out on the first attempt as I could have made a second cast another time. Very happy though thank you

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    Donna

    Excellent product comes with a lovely silver bow wrapped around box instructions from seller well explained and also on YouTube nice full box enough for two castings every thing included.. even the paint and a little pack of love hearts really pleased

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    Shazyanne

    absolutely brilliant. We had several good casts from this kit. The ring detail as so good I put gold embossing powder on it and it looks great

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    Mel

    Absolutely loved this bought it for my husband for our silver anniversary.. we did mess up the first try as you need to mix quick and get hands in but there was plenty to do two

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    James

    Follow the instructions and you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the result!!

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    Ffion

    I love this item, My partner and I were shocked at how amazing our cast was when we pulled it out of the mould! It looks even better when it’s painted with the silver paint, if you follow the instructions correctly you can’t go wrong, would definitely recommend, a very thoughtful and fun to make gift. The pictures below were just after we had painted ours....

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    Maxine

    Fantastic casting set. Plenty in here to do 2 sets of hands. 2/3 childrens hands and 2 adults hands. Plenty of plaster and paint also. We had so much fun. And our hand casts were lovely. Brilliant gift idea. well worth the money. Super idea for a keepsake.

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    Eleanor Gair

    Awesome and priceless gift for husband and Family members young and old to treasure forever.

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ADT.HANDCASTx2.BRZ

Adult 3D Life Casting Kit 2 Hand Casts - Bronze Metallic Paint


This Adult Hand Casting Kit is the perfect kit if you already have a container you can use at home and want to make either a holding hands cast or single hand casts of an adult's hand.  Use this kit to create a unique hand sculpture of you and your loved ones. Our 3D hand casting kits produce amazing results thanks to BabyRice Alginate and Herculite II casting plaster, and making the casts is a fun activity to do together!

Kit Contains

  • 2kg BabyRice Skin Safe Alginate
  • 2kg Strong Casting Plaster
  • Pot of Metallic Paint
  • Artists Paintbrush
  • Eay to follow instructions

Professional Results at a Fraction of the Price

This Hand Casting Kit includes 2kg of BabyRice Skin Safe Alginate, which is used by professional life casters, artists, special effect artists and medical professionals to create highly detailed moulds of body parts.

3D casting produces amazing results and the effort is more than worth it, we promise!

Capture Amazing Details

With this easy-to-use hand sculpture kit every single detail of the hand and skin is captured. Fingernails and rings are also replicated in great detail. You’ll be amazed at the fabulous results and so will your friends and family!  Once painted, the finished casts look stunning and yet it’s very easy to achieve a great looking masterpiece at an affordable price.

Hold Hands or Single Hands

This versatile adult hand casting kit contains enough BabyRice alginate and stone casting plaster to create at least two adult hand casts. You can either create casts of a single hand or holding hands to produce a romantic hand hold pose.

A Unique Romantic Gift

Looking for a romantic gift?  Nothing says "I love you forever" more than a keepsake hand cast.  This hand casting kit makes a perfect gift for any romantic occasion. From Valentine's Day and engagements, to weddings and milestone anniversaries, this hand casting kit makes a great gift for the special man or woman in your life.

Easy to Follow Instructions

New to hand casting? Don’t worry, your BabyRice Hand Casting Kit comes with detailed, step-by-step instructions to guide you through the three-stage casting process. From making the impression mould and creating the plaster cast to applying a realistic metallic finish, every stage of the process is covered in detail and it's really easy to do! Further below there is a video link, see how easy it is to create a stunning keepsake!

Lots of Casting Materials

This kit contains enough BabyRice alginate impression powder and stone casting plaster to make 2 individual casts of hands (either holding, or single hands, or one of each). This is perfect for casting beginners as you can have a practice run first. Or, maybe you want to create a second cast to give as a gift. Either way, this kit is designed to allow you to create two separate casts.

Skin Safe Alginate Moulding Material

Alginate impression powder is the core component of every BabyRice casting kit. This is what you use to create your detailed hand mold. The main ingredient of alginate is seaweed, so it’s completely safe to use on your skin! All BabyRice alginate conforms to British Safety Standards BS 4269 Pt.2:1991 & ISO 1563:1990).

Buying as a Romantic Gift?

Good choice! A hand casting kit makes a perfect gift for him, for her, for them, and even for yourself. This kit is gift packed into a nice, sturdy box, so it’s perfectly package whether you are buying as a treat for yourself or a gift for one you love.


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Product reviews

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    Shelbee

    Arrived on time, well packaged and as described! Will definitely buy again.

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    Zoe

    Got this item to do a cast of mine and my husbands hands for our 10th wedding anniversary. It is a good sized kits with enough supplies to do two moulds of holding hands. You probably could do 3 casts of single hands or 3 sets of babies feet but would need to adapt the container holding the alginate. Our first one was good but we redid it with our wrists touching and stands up perfectly. It is pink whilst drying then goes pure white. We used the silver paint in the kit as this was brought for a tin anniversary so liked the look of metal through the silver colour. The detail is fantastic and shows all the little creases and details on the cast. Only thing I would say is practice putting object into container as the alginate sets very quickly. We used water straight from the tap and not warmed. Overall super impressed and have got more alginate to do our children's hands

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    Charlie Montagne

    This is great fun and, if you prepare a bit before you start, very easy to use and gives very nice results. The alginate is safe (I think it is made from seaweed, though I could be wrong) and even smells rather nice. If you haven't used it before, here are a few tips that I learnt the hard way. First off get a container that you are going to use for your cast (I use a 5L jug for a typical two handed cast, but something like a big plastic pop bottle, with the top cut off, will do for a typical one handed cast). To get an idea of how much alginate and plaster solutions you will need, put your hand/whatever into the empty graduated jug/pop bottle, making sure it doesn’t touch the side or bottom and add water until it reached the top of where you want the cast to stop. (Mark the level). Take your hand out and mark this lower level too. This lower level, gives you roughly how much alginate solution you’ll need for your life cast. The difference between the upper and lower levels (in mL) will give you roughly how much plaster solution you will need to fill it with. (By way of guide, it usually takes about 800mL of plaster solution to do a two (adult) handed cast, as shown in the photo below) Next, get everything ready, before you start, because once mixed, the alginate solution sets hard in just a few minutes, so you need to work quickly. I use 4 parts water to 1 part of alginate (by weight) and mix using an electric wisk in a big bowl (the hardened alginate comes off the blades in hot soapy water). The electric wisk gets the mixing done as quickly as possible (don’t hang about - don’t mix for more than about 20-30 seconds or until the alginate has all gone into the water). Again, just to give a very rough guide, in the 5L jug I used here, I mixed 2.5L of cold tap water with about 600g of alginate. Next quickly transfer this pink solution to the 5L jug/container and then give the sides of the containera good bang to remove as many trapped air bubbles from the alginate as possible ( also bang it down on the counter a few times to try to release bubbles that way). Position the alginate solution somewhere you can comfortably hold your arm steady for the several minutes you’ll need to, while the alginate sets (I have found putting it on the seat of a chair, is a good height for me, personally). Then immerse the hands in it. The alginate sets in about 3-5 minutes, depending on temperature of the water you use and the room temperature. It feels cold as it sets. The colour changes from pink, to a pale pinky grey colour when hard. Loosen your hand by very slowly and gently flexing and wriggling your fingers and wrist. If you are casting two (or more) hands holding, gently release your holds before removing one hand at a time, (ideally starting with the smallest hand, or the outside hands first, one at a time), to minimise the chances of tearing the mould. It feels like your hand it stuck solid, but it is only held in there by suction and you will feel it gradually coming loose, as you wiggle and flex. Be patient and take your time getting your hands out, as you don’t want to tear the mould. This may take several minutes. Once your hands are free. Prepare the plaster; add the plaster one spoonful at a time, like you were adding sifted flour to a cake mixture, across the whole surface of the water, to allow it to sink and soak evenly as it sits in the water (don’t just quickly “spoon” it in like you would sugar to a hot drink, as the plaster tends to clump in the water if you do this. Also, I found adding the plaster increased the water volume by about 70% (ish), so make sure you have a large enough mixture containing to take the increase in volume, once the plaster has been added and have still plently of room to give it a good stir at the end). Once all the plaster has been added to the water, allow it to just sit and “soak” for a minute or so. Give it a good stir and then tap the sides firmly to help the trapped air bubbles rise to the surface of the solution. Leave it a minute or so, the let the air bubbles rise. I usually tap the bottom firmly on the counter top to help them rise). Then, pour the plaster solution, at an angle into the mould, making sure you remove all the air pockets trapped by half filling with plaster and then tilting the alginate mould to let any air escape. Then fill to the top with plaster, give the sides of the container a few more solid thumps to release any air trapped in the mould and allow to set. (Also, on very big casts, as it sets, you may see water coming to the top of the mould, if you haven’t stirred the plaster solution well enough. When this happened to me, I just removed this excess with a paper towel and filled the mould up with a few more ML of plaster) After a few hours, remove the alginate mould from the jug, or whatever. Now comes the fun part! Carefully remove the alginate covering the plaster cast (it feels quite rubbery, but comes away easily enough, after making a couple of slight cuts in it with a sharp knife). It does take a bit of time to get all the small pieces of alginate out from the small nooks and cranies of the cast. In fact, this can quite fiddly. I initially used a thin sharp knife to remove these (but found it tended to mark the soft plaster, if I wasn’t very careful), but then bought some plastic modelling/sculpting tools to use instead, which I found worked really well. At this stage, the plaster cast is set but still quite moist on the outside, so you can remove any little plaster nodules on the surface, before allowing to fully dry. One final suggestion, to get used to doing this, I started with a very small scale trial, just using a plastic disposable cup full of the alginate solution and casting a couple of fingers. I found this really helpful and gave me confidence before “scaling up” to do larger pieces. It’s good fun and the amount of detail you get in the plaster casts is remarkable. Recommended

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    Shaz Knighton

    Bought this for Valentine's present ... superb and really easy to do, worth every penny.

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    Mr Sirett

    Wow.....totally blown away with this kit.....amazing value and fun ......so pleased .....I was successful in producing 2 couple sets.....one was to be a gift for my sister (our parents holding hands) sadly my mum is on palliative care and I knew this would be a perfect lasting memory for her.....I was even more thrilled when my 2nd go was just as good........ A beautiful keepsake....we had fun .....the only negative was the instructions, I researched quite a bit and decided to go off general measurements on the net......so to make one adult double hand cast I used just over 5pints (about 5.3pints) of water to x2 bags of the Alginate........I used it straight out of the tap ...this cold temperature gave me more mixing time ....it does set quick so be 100% set up ready........both my casts have bubbles in them a bit but I put that down to inexperience with the materials....rushed the mixing a bit .....however once painted you can hardly see them .......as for the odd lump or air bubble these pick off easily.......I have to say fantastic product maximum WOW factor.....little tip .....buy a 5L bucket and a cheap 5L water bottle .....they are perfect for a double hand cast.........

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    Bella

    Once again very happy, this time we done single hands

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    Steven H

    I bought this for my wife and she loved it, I will buy this again when the occasion arises.

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    ELIZABETH BLACKWELL

    So easy to use. Made a handcast with my elderly parents - very beautiful. Lots of clear instructions. I used a 5 litre bowl, and 2.5 packets of amalgam and 1 pack of plaster. Great result although not painted yet.

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    Andrew Safi

    The product arrived in a beautiful package and the instructions are super easy to follow. I mean, obviously we messed up the first try but there's plenty for two or even three tries! 5 star product. Partner and I were shocked with the detail. In fact its a little strange picking away at the alginate to reveal a super lifelike copy of your hand. Waiting a week before painting and looking forward to the final product

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    Liv

    Bought as a couples gift. Did need to find a bucket big enough but was super easy to work out and use. Did have to wait a while on it setting (which was no hassle) and the end product was amazing. No cracks, no issues, looks extremely realistic.

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    Adam lane

    Ordered this for me and my wife to make a cast not realising it actually comes with 2 so we also made a cast of the kids hands as well. Excellent item. Just remember it doesn't co.e with the bucket so you need a 5l bucket

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    Savannah

    I bought this to make a mould of my father in laws hands as he was terminally ill. He has since passed away and thankfully due to this amazing kit we have an absolutely beautiful sculpture of his hands. Every little detail from his nails, knuckles, fingers are so clearly outlined. I 100% recommend anyone thinking of buying it to just do it.

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    Sarah Hayes

    I can't thank you enough for this amazing product i have a forever keep sake of my mum and myself hand. Who gained her angel wings today

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    Tilly Ryan

    Fantastic works really well great seller and great communication make sure you use a kitchen thermometer to make sure your water is perfect so it does not set to quickly loved this so much was really fun to do so i bought 2 kits

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    Pam

    I used cold water to give me extra time as the first one dried up. It turned out so beautiful can see my mums veins and wrinkles. Beautiful memories of my mum forever

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    Ryan

    Wow I am amazed by the outcome!! The detail is amazing! 1st attempt failed miserably and unfortunately lost out on 2 bags of the powder because the solution hardened too quickly although we followed instructions, so luckily we had enough to start over. Stressful hour but amazing outcome! It's a shame I lost out on the first attempt as I could have made a second cast another time. Very happy though thank you

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    Donna

    Excellent product comes with a lovely silver bow wrapped around box instructions from seller well explained and also on YouTube nice full box enough for two castings every thing included.. even the paint and a little pack of love hearts really pleased

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    Shazyanne

    absolutely brilliant. We had several good casts from this kit. The ring detail as so good I put gold embossing powder on it and it looks great

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    Mel

    Absolutely loved this bought it for my husband for our silver anniversary.. we did mess up the first try as you need to mix quick and get hands in but there was plenty to do two

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    James

    Follow the instructions and you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the result!!

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    Ffion

    I love this item, My partner and I were shocked at how amazing our cast was when we pulled it out of the mould! It looks even better when it’s painted with the silver paint, if you follow the instructions correctly you can’t go wrong, would definitely recommend, a very thoughtful and fun to make gift. The pictures below were just after we had painted ours....

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    Maxine

    Fantastic casting set. Plenty in here to do 2 sets of hands. 2/3 childrens hands and 2 adults hands. Plenty of plaster and paint also. We had so much fun. And our hand casts were lovely. Brilliant gift idea. well worth the money. Super idea for a keepsake.

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    Eleanor Gair

    Awesome and priceless gift for husband and Family members young and old to treasure forever.

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