Cool2Cast is a product similar to Plaster of Paris that you just mix with water and pour into a mold. However, it is much lighter than Plaster of Paris and has a nice porcelain finish when dry. Mix with water in a Ziploc bag; pour and wait approximately one hour before removing from the mold and then let it dry completely before coloring. The cold cast designs you can create are amazing - and you can use any flexible mold.
I was lucky enough to receive this wonderful butterfly.
Using Ann Butler's ColorBox Crafters Inks in Limelight, Tangelo, Berry and Lilac, I put some colors on a craft mat, spritzed them with water and then painted the butterfly.
Using my finger, I painted Aquamarine Iridescents on the outer layer.
Using Unity's 2" Stripes, Dots and Hearts rubber stamps with Ann Butler's Aquamarine Crafter's Ink, I stamped around the exterior. Because of the uneven surface, I used the stamp without a block.
Now that it's finished, it's perfect for my yard.
What do you think? I think I'm hooked on Cool2Cast and need to play some more. I have lots of molds I can use.