3 years ago#1

I have several small plaster of paris face masks. They measure 4x3 inches. and are no longer available , as far as I know. Originally purchased at a Ben Franklin craft store several years ago they are very feminine looking and perfect for the designs that I have created. Are there any instructions for making my own mold using one of the masks I have and using a simple plaster of paris?

3 years ago#2
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I think I found a tutorial for you: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Latex-Mold

3 years ago#3
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Smooth On may have an answer that suits your purpose.

1 year ago#4
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Originally purchased at a Ben Franklin craft store several years ago

That means unfortunately for you, that these are copyrighted and you are legally liable for copyright infringement if the original creator finds you have reproduced them

I strongly discourage anyone from copying items purchased in stores or garage sales.

Since 1978 the (c) symbol is no longer required to appear, and registration is also no longer required, all works created in a tangeable form are automatically copyrighted upon creation, with no further action required on the creator's part.
The law allows the copyright holder to sue for triple damages and other losses due to the infringement.

Copyright in a work created on or after January 1, 1978, subsists from its creation and, except as provided by the following subsections, endures for a term consisting of the life of the author and 70 years after the author's death.

What that means is the creator would have to have died not recently than 1943 for the copyright to expire, unless an heir or the like were to renew the copyright.
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