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Overview

    Sand Casting and Plaster & Painting

    This project not only introduces kids to basic casting techniques but also allows them to explore their artistic side through painting and personalizing their creations. It’s a fantastic way to combine hands-on learning with creativity!

    Procedure:

    Prepare the Workspace:
    Provide each child with an apron or old clothes.
    Create Sand Molds:
    Have the kids press objects into the sand to create molds. Make sure they press firmly but not too hard to avoid damaging the objects.
    Once the molds are ready, carefully remove the objects, leaving the impressions in the sand.
    Mix Plaster:
    Mix the plaster of Paris with water according to the instructions on the package.
    Stir thoroughly until the mixture is smooth and has a pancake batter-like consistency.
    Pour Plaster into Molds:
    Pour the plaster mixture into the sand molds, filling the impressions.
    Allow the plaster to set according to the recommended time on the packaging.
    Remove Plaster Casts:
    Carefully dig out the plaster casts from the sand molds once they are fully set.
    Painting:
    Once the plaster casts are dry, provide the kids with paints and brushes.
    Allow them to express their creativity by painting their plaster figures.
    Drying and Display:
    Let the painted plaster casts dry completely before handling or displaying

333 Old South Head Rd, North Bondi NSW 2026, Australia

5 - 12 years old

3 hours


Additional

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Accepts creative kids vouchers

Where to find us

333 Old South Head Rd, North Bondi NSW 2026, Australia

About the provider

For some classic fun, paint at Plaster Master Fun Centre.


We provide

1. Your most beloved Plaster figures, animals, and cars are waiting for you to paint them however you please. To really make them pop, we can optionally add gloss and glitter.

2. Our wide selection of ceramic money and jewelry boxes, bowls, mugs, plates, vases, and vases that you can customize with your own chic and wild patterns. After 10 days of being fired in our kiln, these ceramics are safe to eat and can be used for their intended purpose.

3. Every year during the school break, we host camps with brand-new activities.

4. Children's events: painting, slime, and puppet performances


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