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Thread: Can someone ID these Possible Doll Making Molds???

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    Not Mego Can someone ID these Possible Doll Making Molds???

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    So a friend of mine gave these to me. He had no clue what they belong to, Playdoh, Shaker-Maker or what ever.
    They look like simple molds for doll making but I have no clue myself how to use them or what substance to put inside.
    The dolls these produce are 8.5 inches tall and no use for Mego stuff.
    Let me know what you all think.
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    Put polymer clay in them to make dollhouse dolls. Pose them, then bake to harden the clay.

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    Hello, I was hoping someone could ID the maker of these. Most doll molds seem to be made of thick plaster. These are made of a thin but rigid plastic. Or could this be some kind of toy like for air-dry clay or play-doh?

    In order to press a Doll-House doll. You would fill both halves of a plaster mold with polymer clay and PRESS HARD the 2 halves together. These are thin rigid plastic. I am not sure these can endure the pressure needed to press together. Solid plaster molds could exert a good amount of pressure on thick polymer clays. These plastic molds do not give me that much confidence.
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    Do they have pour holes in them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LonnieFisher View Post
    Do they have pour holes in them?
    Oddly the leg mold is open at both ends. The torso/head section could be poured into at the waist. The mold for the arms has no pour opening at all.
    So wacha think'n Lon??? Like some kinda jello mold maybe???
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    Maybe they are molds for soft clay. Jello would need pour holes, I think.

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