Rehab on Barbie’s Doll House

Rehab on Barbie’s Doll House2017-12-27T11:23:06+00:00

Project Description

ThAmazing Mold Puttyis project showcases the diversity of Amazing Mold Putty and its companion Amazing Casting Resin. On evening not long ago when I got home from work, my two year old grand-daughter greeted me with a doll house door in hand. She excitedly told me a long story about the doll house, Barbie, and the door. The bottom line was that the door was broken and would I fix it.

Broken Door

An inspection of the door showed that the lower hinge was broken off. Luckily, the top hinge was in tact.

Closeup of Broken Hinge Good HInge

Amazing Mold Putty to the rescue!! I kneaded equal parts of A and B mold putty together until there were no streaks. Then I molded the good hinge and upper corner of the door. When the mold was set, I poured Amazing Casting Resin into the mold and set the lower part of the door where the hinge was broken into the groove in the mold that was formed by the top of the door during the molding process.

Casting

This shows the mold and the new hinge adhered to the Barbie house door!! I was surprised that the resin actually bonded with the door–no gluing required.

Repaired Hinge

Amazing Mold Putty and Casting Resin saved the day and made one little girl a very happy doll house landlord 🙂

Chloe and Doll House

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2 Comments

  1. Amy Day February 20, 2012 at 3:59 am - Reply

    No glue needed?! Wow! That's awesome! Creative and crafty! I really like the fact that you've showcased something outside of the craft world. Amazing mold putty is great for more than just crafting;)

  2. Kathy February 20, 2012 at 10:36 am - Reply

    What a good grammy!!!

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