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  1. Saturday dinner and afternoon master class if possible please.
  2. I use an over the counter dental rubber tip instrument to scrape inside the mold. It works great and doesn't scratch. I personally would prefer to scrape than paint. Something like this https://www.kleenteeth.com/g-u-m-gingival-stimulator/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6ueM9oe82QIV2rrACh0D4ArqEAQYASABEgIq3_D_BwE
  3. Plane tickets have been booked! It's a definite for me now Kerry! Yeehee!
  4. Can I say that its a very strong maybe for me?
  5. Yeah, I don't think this is the correct link.
  6. Yes, I agree with Erika. He said he sprayed the mould, used a toothpick or such (he couldn't think of the word in English) to remove a fine line of the color, then backed it in copper. Really beautiful effect.
  7. Count me in for Thai! So excited for this weekend with all of you!
  8. Soma and pizza for me. Glad to hear there will be a panning machine. I was going to ask. Looking forward to seeing everyone!
  9. Saturday dinner for me too. Itinerary sounds good! Thanks Kerry!
  10. Well congratulations! Sad you wont be there though.
  11. They look great Keychris. I had the same question on the marbled effect. I would love to know. Thanks.
  12. I have the same compressor Jim. This is my question as well. I would love to find something that works with my compressor. I will investigate and let you know what I find out.