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 Post subject: Clay Mould Suppliers
 Post Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 5:38 pm 
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This is a really long shot, but I'm hoping that someone here might know what I mean!

Back in November, we went, as usual, to the ICHF craft fair in Cardiff. There was a lady there making little clay shapes with air dry clay. They were cute, my son bought some of the little animals, she had a few bagged up to sell for a breast cancer charity.

I took her business card at the time, as she said she could send a catalogue CD if we sent some stamps for postage. Didn't think anything more about it, other than, I'll get to ordering that some time! Now, having found some really good air dry clay, I could really do with seeing that catalogue, but, you guessed it, I can't find the business card!

I have the 2 or 3 others I picked up at the show all tucked together, but not that one, grrrrr!! I honestly can't recall now if they were selling moulds, or just the ready-made shapes, but I really wanted to check. I do recall their address was somewhere near Monmouth, but even looking back at the list of exhibitors does not remind me of their business name.

Usually I'm good at remembering names, but I guess I didn't commit this one to memory as I figured I had the card to keep.

Please, if anyone has any idea of who it is I'm trying to locate, can they let me know!

Thanks,
Jenna :-)


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 Post Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 8:21 pm 
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i don't know who you are looking for but sculpey do some good moulds


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 Post Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 8:31 pm 
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Were they sugar craft moulds? I have seen those used for clay

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 Post Posted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 9:05 pm 
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Not sure if this'll help jog your memory, but it's a list of exhibitors at the show, failing that you could email ICHF:-

info@ichf.co.uk
Creative Stitches & Hobbycrafts Exhibitors List
Cardiff International Arena
2 0 0 6

C06 A Touch of Craft
F06 Alan & Barrys Crafts
Z12 Arimatsu / Shibori Project
D06 Art from the Heart
B01 Ashlie Craft
Z45 The Beadworkers Guild
Z11 Margaret Beal Embroidery
J01 Bee Bee Wools - Fancy Yarn Specialists
G24 Bexton Cheese
D19 The Black Sheep
Z36 Lesley Burney
B14 Cancer Research UK
C10 Card Design
B19 The Card Fairy
D15 Card-io
A10 Cardcraft Plus Ltd
B10 Carysma Cards & Crafts
G28 Celtic Country Wines
G27 Chelsea Herbs
A04 Choices
B18 Chyna Design
B03 Circle Scribe Ltd
D17 Clairefontaine Rhodia Ltd
A16 Clearly-Creative
J10 The Clogmaker
Z01 John Corey
D04 The Craft Bug/Sizzix/Ellison Design
F05 The Craft Cabin
B02 Craft Fairy
B04 Craft Glitter
C17 Craft Lines of Essex
B07 Crafters Companion
C09 Crafthabitat Ltd
C14 Crafts of India
B08 Crafty Devils Ltd
B17 Creative Memories
B16 Crystals4Less Ltd
Z03 Julia Curtis
K04 D R K Promotions Ltd
Z16 Sheila Davies
Z18 Jane Davies
C12 Davlock Crafts Distribution Ltd
Z31 Denman College & NFWI
C04 Dimension Fourth Ltd
J05 Discount Lighting Ltd
W21 Display
J02 Diane Dorward Crafts
F16 Dreamcatcher Quilts
G15 Elegance Natural Skin Care
Z04 Elements of Nature
E18 EmbroiderStitch.com
Z30 Federation of Family History Societies
G01 Glitter Magic
Z37 Joan Gordon
G09 Gourmet Nuts
D05 Terry Harrison
Z02 Pen Harrison
E06 Holland Idea
A12 The Home Workshop Ltd
G08 House of Sugar
Z15 Inkberrow Design College
Z38 Owen Jones
F18 Kameo Cards Ltd
C15 Keepsake Card Craft Limited
A07 Klein Design
W02 Knit & Stitch Display
Z33 Knitting & Crochet Guild
Z25 The Lacemakers Circle
G23 Lime Tree Pantry
F10 Linden Lady Chocolates Ltd
G21 M & A Paper Converters
E11 Mad Jack Crafts
C07 Made To Measure
Z08 Margaret Major Miniature Embroidery
B20 Make Your Own Stamps
D08 Meiflower
B15 Molten Designs
G11 Mosmar Liqueurs & Spirits
B06 MSA Crafts
Z09 Nicholle Mynett & Anna Nowicki
B11 Needlethreader
G05 OlivesRgood4u Ltd A18 Parchment Express
B09 Patchwork Quarters
C01 Pauline Paul (UK) Ltd
E01 Pauline`s Patchwork
G20 Payper Box Pick & Mix Card
J06 Pinflair
B12 Pixelart/Pixel Stitch
Z40 Roger Plant - Wood Art
Z20 Poetry in Stitches
Z34 The Pressed Flower Guild
E09 Prime Crafts
G25 Purse-Strings
G22 Quenby Stilton
Z06 Quilters Guild Wales
Z21 Quilters Guild Wales
A05 Rembrandt Arts & Crafts
F03 RibbonBox
Z35 The Ring of Tatters
Jaynie Roberts
G26 Alex Rybin
K06 Samuel Taylor
K02 Sarah Jayne Novelty Arts
H02 Scrolls `n` Things
F14 Selkin Ltd - Floam
G18 Selkin Ltd - Floral Magic
E15 Selkin Ltd - Magic Pens
D07 Selkin Ltd - Sticker Scratcherz
C03 Sew Good Books
A20 Sew It All Ltd
D12 The Shuttle
A06 Siesta
A14 Simply Cross Stitch
K05 Singer Outside Events
Z39 Ray Skene
Z27 South East Wales Embroiderers Guild
G03 Space Putty Ltd
E05 SpangleJangle
F01 The Spellbound Bead Company
A01 Spiramouse.com
J04 Stamps & Memories
A11 Stitches of Halifax
F09 Taunton Craft & Model Centre
B05 Tea-Tastic
E10 Thai Silk & Sapphires
Z19 Kim Thittichai
Z42 Timberland Art & Design
D01 Tonertex Foils
E14 Ty Hafan - Childrens Hospice in Wales
Undy Yarncrafts
Z24 Guild Weavers Spinners & Dyers (Glamorgan)
F15 Web of Wool
G30 Well Head Books
Z17 Shirley Wells
F22 Whichcraft
G16 Witch Beads
A17 www.printit@home

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 Post Posted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 5:04 pm 
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Thank you all for the ideas...

No, I don't think they were sugar craft moulds...though they were quite mini and would be good for that. I had looked at the list of exhibitors already, the more I look at it the less certain I am. I think I may just sit and try to Google all the ones I don't recognize!

If I do find them, I'll post here because they were really neat little items!

Jenna :-)


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Sounds a bit strange but are the moulds solid or rubbery??

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Have you thought to look on ebay - you might see some similar ones which have a manufacturers name on them.

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Mmmh...solid...rubbery...I really don't recall! We were talking to the lady, but we were a bit off topic I see to remember...

I'm almost certain they were little flexible push-moulds, but I cannot be sure. It was just one of those things, caught my eye at the time, took the business card (which still hasn't turned up, I've looked again) and didn't really keep a track of any other details. At this rate I shall have to hope she's there this November, or at least at Art Stamps Wales or somewhere. I've asked my friend who had a stand at the same event, but she doesn't know.

I've come online now to look up some of those exhibitors, so if I have the time I may try the e-bay idea too...

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 Post Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2007 2:24 pm 
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These have just been featured in Craft Stamper, they are Art Moulds or Molds by Krafty Lady and www.thestampbug.co.uk sell them but they are a bit pricey I think. I hope to find some cheaper.


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Works out cheaper to buy them from Auz but they won't let you do that unless you have a delivery addy which is here, but am happy to order any and post them over if anyone want's em - www.kraftylady.com.au

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I have a couple of the Kraft Lady ones, they're not the ones I was seeking originally, but they are nice and easy to work with.

I'd agree that they are a little expensive, so it's worth picking one that can be used for all different themes, I guess, at least to start with!

I'm trying to find similar producers in the US, I have a couple but they will only ship within the US, which is fine for me, but not helpful for many other people.

Still keeping an eye out for that Welsh company too!

Jenna :-)


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Silky Chicken wrote:
Works out cheaper to buy them from Auz but they won't let you do that unless you have a delivery addy which is here, but am happy to order any and post them over if anyone want's em - www.kraftylady.com.au


That is very kind of you, and I will keep that in mind. I did find a NZ company who seem to ship overseas, I think they were called ZigZag.

The price is about £4.40 each as opposed to nearly £8 each over here from thestampbug which is Welsh I believe.


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 Post subject: Mould Supplier
 Post Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2007 8:11 am 
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Hi, I went to NEC recently and bought some red clay moulds from Mad Jack Crafts (they were on a stand also selling some porcelain modelling clay). The moulds had 4-5 different (small) moulds on a theme in each block (e.g. handbags). Is this what you remember?


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Are they the EZ flex moulds as like here?
http://66.70.162.114/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=polymer&Category_Code=C1CM

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Oooh all these Carol(e)s are making my head hurt!!! Lol

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