A bucket of LEGO bricks and a 2 part silicone mix join forces to create custom rubber molds, that make handfuls of LEGO Candy!
Some quick links to a few of the materials I used:
[✓] 2lb SmoothSil Foodgrade Silicone: http://amzn.to/21k9Eex
[✓] LEGO Classic Assortment: http://amzn.to/2clQlmR
[✓] LEGO Classic Sand Baseplate: http://amzn.to/2a3XViS
Giant 6ft Nitrogen Balloon: https://goo.gl/K9Gp9d
Lego Gummies: https://goo.gl/LCpXzD
Flying My Old Airplane: https://goo.gl/6Y4fg9
Touch Powder (No Touchy): https://goo.gl/KXygRc
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Music by: Can't Stop Won't Stop: "Bring The Funk" – Instrumental
Project Inspired By:
SFHandyman's Instructable article: http://bit.ly/IBSFHandyman
Project History & More Info:
I originally made my silicone mold with a 2 part mix from a special effects supply company. I used real LEGO bricks set on a LEGO base, and built a makeshift retaining wall with bricks and play-dough.
I didn't plan to make a tutorial on how to make the mold, but I've been inundated with requests for the last year, so I finally did it! :)
It's amazing to see how much detail the silicone can transfer to the final gummy products. If you look closely at my candies you can even see the little “LEGO” text on top of the gummy LEGO studs.
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