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Polly Plastics Inspirational Newsletter - March 2019

September 30, 2019 Cory Sursely

A new way to decorate Easter Eggs, Mending household items, and Featured Artist-Eileen Bos

Using Hand Moldable Thermoplastics to Make Household Item Improvements

March 04, 2019 Cory Sursely

Sometimes your household items get broken, wear out, or become unusable. Hand MoldableThermoplastics, such as Polly Plastics, allow you to make those items usable again. Additionally, Polly Plastics silicone putty molds are an option to make an exact replica of a broken piece as a replacement. Polly Plastics Moldable Plastic can be melted with hot water and molded into any shape and hardens into a sturdy form. We have seen handles made for tools that have broken or added to razors for a safe grip. Also, coverings for exposed wires on USB cords or headphone connections. One Polly Plastics user...


How to Create a Halloween Costume with Polly Plastics to Impress Contest Judges

September 30, 2018 Cory Sursely

Anyone can pull together a last minute, uninspired Halloween costume that may or may not be adequate to attend Halloween festivities. When this happens, typically a crucial item is missing or doesn’t look right because there wasn’t enough time to find it or the store had a limited supply. However, “originality and attention to details” are what makes a costume more exciting and even a contender for winning a contest, according to John Crafton, a two-time Halloween costume winner who answered the question on Quora.com, “Have you ever won a Halloween costume contest, and what was the costume?” According to...


How to Make Broken Glass Look Like Sea Glass

August 19, 2018 Cory Sursely

Do-it-Yourself || Making pretty sea glass from cheap broken glass

Coloring Your Moldable Polly Plastics

June 10, 2018 Cory Sursely

Most likely what you create with moldable plastic will need color.  Polly Plastics has color pellets (sold separately) to apply to your plain plastic which will help you create a vivid consistent color.  However, it isn't the only method to apply color to the plastic.  I provide coloring options that I have used and details below. The full options include color pellets, paint, color alcohol ink, or paint powder. Note: an option to avoid is using food coloring, it won't give you the results you want. Using Color PelletsA helpful color guide comes with your order and it will tell you exactly...