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Plastic you can shape with your hands.
Plastic you can shape with your hands.

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Mitchell used Plastimake and springbok horns to create this spectacular masquerade mask. #masquerade #mask #horns #springbok #costume #diy #plastimake http://www.plastimake.com/example/springbok-horn-mask
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Jessy made a Plastimake looking stone, as seen in the movie Coraline. http://www.plastimake.com/example/looking-stone
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Natalia used Plastimake to create a pair of miniature masks. Each mask is only 4cm wide, they’re destined to be painted and used for dressing up dolls. http://www.plastimake.com/example/miniature-masks
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Penny made a Plastimake pencil cap to protect the lead when it's in her pocket. http://www.plastimake.com/example/pencil-cap
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Simon used Plastimake to repair the lock lever on his bike pump. http://www.plastimake.com/example/bike-pump-repair
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A relaxed Plastimake seal soaks up the warm Autumn sun. http://www.plastimake.com/example/seal
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