Materials usedYou need the following materials and items:
- Hard plaster
- Silicone liners
- PVAC glue
- Deco material
Preparing the hard plasterMix the hard plaster according to package instructions.
Creating the plaster cakesPour the plaster into the little cake molds and even out the surface with a spatula. Let it dry for several hours.
Drying the hard plasterRemove the dry plaster pieces from the pan.
Choosing colouring utensilsYou can colour them with markers, acrylic colours or, for a watery effect, with water-based felt pens.
Painting the plaster piecesIt works best if you start with a base colour. Once dry, you can add deco elements.
Protecting the paintUnfortunately, paint has the tendency to flake off, so it needs protection.
Varnishing the plater piecesA coat of varnish protects the paint and makes the little cakes shiny. You can use a spraying gun or a spray can.
Choosing magnetsYou can choose magnets based on the size and use of the plaster cakes. The supermagnete team let me know how to determine the needed adhesive force.
Holding the magnetsIn order for the magnets to stay on well, you should apply pressure for about 20 seconds.
Decorating the cakesFinally, you can decorate the painted plaster cakes with pearls and other deco elements. You can use normal PVAC glue, which becomes transparent when dry.
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