Well, this is a first for me.
I have a glue delay.
I need to postpone the game!
Yesterday I showed you how I layered my mold with a thin layer of EasyCast, followed by my Halloween sequins. The sequins I glued in place with mod-podge. Can you see how some of the glue has not dried clear yet? It is trapped under the sequin and it has been 24 hours! So, I need to wait...maybe even another full day.
When you work in a mold, you usually work upside down. Luckily, I flipped my mold over to peak at my design and noticed the glue was still not dry. If I had not looked, I might have poured in my next layer of EasyCast and the glue would have looked like this permanently.
I already know that mod-podge should be left to really dry for 24 hours before you pour resin over it...but I thought my pieces were so tiny that they might dry faster.
You can not rush the process.
Patience is a virtue for resin artisans!
Labels: EasyCast, Molds, Tips