The Crazy Kitchen: How to Make a Silicone LEGO Brick Mould

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Thursday 17 January 2013

How to Make a Silicone LEGO Brick Mould

After posting a picture of my Lego cake I was asked a few times about the silicone that I used to make the mould for the bricks, so here's my best attempt at a tutorial.

The Silicone Plastique can be bought from online retailers as well as Amazon & Ebay. I bought a 200g tub for £14.95 from The Cake Decorating Company, and whilst it doesn't seem much 200g would make approx 25 of these small Lego brick moulds.

The Silicone Plastique comes in 2 parts which need to be mixed together to work with. My advice would be to only mix as much as you need as you can't re-use it once it has cured.

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It really is that simple. You can then use the mould for chocolate, sugarpaste or clay to make cake decorations, keyrings or pieces of jewellery - the possibilites are endless.


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