10 Best plaster cast of 2020

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Plaster cast guide

A round baby belly is probably the most impressive indication that soon a new earthlings will see the light of day. But is the little Fratz once there, so misses some newly mutted her round belly. That’s why more and more expectant mothers decide to set a permanent monument to their bellies. Which memento could be more personal than one plaster cast from your own baby bump?

A baby belly made of plaster – that’s how it’s done

Of course, there are artists who can make a plastic impression of the pregnant belly. But why pay a service provider if the imprint can be made very easily yourself? There are different sets available in the trade that contain all the required materials. And with a little patience, such an impression is very uncomplicated. Quite apart from that, it’s fun to make it yourself.

Who one plaster cast would like to produce a large vase Vaseline and sufficient plaster bandages, Simple sets contain exactly these materials. Some also include a brush, a mixing palette and colors that allow the plaster cast can still be painted. Incidentally, it is not a good idea to do the impression alone: ​​at least one helper or assistant should be present.

The preparation

It is very important that all areas of the body that are to be inserted are previously covered with Vaseline. The fatty cream ensures that the dry plaster can be easily removed from the skin. Here is not less: wear on the stomach and from the chest to the armpits quietly really thick!

Who wants to make an impression of his stomach, should note that the procedure can easily take an hour or more. If all gypsum bandages are in place, you have to plan a drying time of 20 minutes. Make sure you have a comfortable sitting position that will last long enough. It is best to sit leaning back on a chair, so that your stomach is not squashed.

Now it is plastered

Once the optimum seating position has been found, the plaster castors can be cut into strips approx. 40 cm long. Then one strip after the other is dipped in lukewarm water, expressed and placed on the abdomen. Can be smoothed with your fingers or a brush. Once all the desired places are evenly covered with a plaster layer and the grooves of the plaster bandages are no longer visible, the drying phase begins. You should lay down about four layers for a stable impression.

After about 45 minutes, a slight tingling sensation indicates that the plaster has warmed up and is slowly releasing from the skin. Attention: The impression is still malleable. Before you paint the artwork, it must dry out properly for two to three days.

Plaster casts of baby’s hands and feet

Did the abdominal impression have a great result? Then you can continue plastering after giving birth. There is nothing nicer than the tiny hands and feet of newborns. Kits for baby plaster casts contain everything to permanently preserve this sight. And of course, the procedure for the little worm is completely safe.

Anyone who purchases a baby plaster cast set will not receive any gypsum powder. Instead, a kneadable and moldable mass is used, which is neither dusty nor harmful to the delicate baby skin. The mass is kneaded with a little water and then placed in a mold. After it has been smoothed, the baby’s hand or foot can easily be pushed in. The advantage: If it fails the first time, simply knead the mass again and try again. If the impression is successful, the mass cures on its own within a few days – a cumbersome heating in the oven is not necessary at all.

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