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InstaMorph

So I found this product called InstaMorph. It’s moldable plastic you can use to make almost anything, like props and horns. To use this, all you do is boil some water up to 140 degrees F/60 degrees C, let it melt, take it out (dry off the hot water too) and mold it into whatever you’re making. (You can also use a heat gun) Since it’s plastic, it’s lightweight, durable, and waterproof. It can be carved and painted so now your props don’t actually look like plastic. A good thing is that if you mess up or you want to make something else, you can just put it back in the boiling water and reuse it! You can do this multiple times, so you don’t have to buy another pack everytime! The best part is that it’s pretty cheap. A 6 oz. pack is $9.99 (you can buy it on Amazon)

I wouldn’t recommend making teeth or anything that goes in your mouth though since it’s not safe for internal use.

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