ONE MOULD… THREE LOOKS

Becky Hether­ing­ton’s un­for­get­table for­get-me-not mould makes

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Pretty in patch­work

This large patch­work style flower has a cen­tre match­ing the flo­ral pa­pers be­neath and con­trast­ing petals. You could use the geo­met­ric shapes to make a host of em­bel­lish­ments, bor­ders and pat­terns for projects of any size.

Make stick pins

One of the won­der­ful things about us­ing sil­i­cone moulds with molten em­boss­ing pow­ders is that items

can be pressed into the fluid while it’s still hot. Stick pins are pop­u­lar right now and th­ese moulds

make it easy to cre­ate your own in per­fectly co­or­di­nated colours sim­ply us­ing cock­tail sticks.

Use flower power

The tiny flo­ral de­tails on the moulds make great cen­tres for larger flow­ers. Cover a po­man­der ball with die-cut 3D flow­ers be­fore plac­ing a moulded de­sign in the cen­tre of each. Get a sub­tle ef­fect by us­ing a pow­der colour that matches the pa­pers.

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