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If you love texture sheets & have ever wondered about creating your own, check out my latest video, How to Make Your Own Texture Molds.

It runs just over 7 minutes, and includes the following:

  • How to make a texture mold from a basket
  • How to use extruded clay to make a texture sheet
  • How to use your texture sheets along with clay in the pasta machine

Here's a few photos to give you a clearer view:

Other posts in this series:

Start molding today with the Mold Putty Project Pack.


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I love your video tutorials...you explain things so well and have such great ideas!

Thank you Susanna -- I'm so glad you find them useful!

Thanks!! It´s very useful!!

Great tip! I'll have to go back and read some of your other ones as well. I used to do a lot of crafting in polymer clay. Its so versatile!


Great video! I'll post out a link when I do my texture sheet review.... nice!

great work, I love your tutorial, can't wait to try it myself.

thank you

Hello, can you tell me does the putty harden? I wanted to use it to create patterns in clay so that I can then make plaster molds in the negative - to then press clay into?
Your video is very good.

Catherine: The mold putty is still fairly flexible when it sets (which takes about 30 minutes). The firmness is about the same as the commercially-available clay push molds, if that helps. Your project sounds interesting -- good luck!

Can you use the texture sheets for food items like chocolate? Or would you need to use silicone? I really like the waffle backing great for chocolates. ACtually the basket weave makes me want to make chocolate baskets for easter and the extruded patterns would be great for valentine's day candies. Any suggestions on how to use these techniques for a food friendly mold?

Arlene, The Amazing Mold Putty is food-safe. So if you use it to create a mold from something like the basketweave or the waffle texture sheet, it should work fine for chocolates. I wouldn't do the extruded clay thing, though. Tools (including molds) that are used with polymer clay should stay dedicated to polymer clay and not be used for food again.

You sure made wonderful texture molds! Loving the use of the pasta machine to flatten the mixture... I might as well just copy that trick... ;)

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