Mold Swap spot?

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Re: Mold Swap spot?

Postby Archives » Sun Dec 13, 2009 1:24 pm

omnichi
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10/28/06 at 01:08 PM
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Congratulations to Ed for winning that lots of Eeeeeks molds on ebay. You can use the mold with the arms with pincher hands to "trick" out your Mini-Dragons. I made a hole punch using a metal ink pen refill tube (made a huge mess in my garage when the ink went all over). I use the punch to make two extra holes next to the wing holes on the back of the Mini-Dragon goop molding. Insert the Eeeeks arms and voila! you have arms on your Mini-Dragons.

Joseph

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Re: Mold Swap spot?

Postby Archives » Sun Dec 13, 2009 1:24 pm

Edouglass


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10/28/06 at 02:00 PM
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and sorry to whoever I beat out on the auction,,, and it was .15 cents from my highest bid,,, cant wait till there here,,,
Just looked them over online,,theres one missing to set,, anyone have an extra EEEks, #057 ????

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Re: Mold Swap spot?

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omnichi
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10/30/06 at 12:51 PM
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Ed,

You're right. The Eeeeks mold missing in the lot you bought is the one with the lace insect wings (like a dragonfly's or house fly's wings). Sorry, I only have one or I would trade for something. Hope someone else can help you out. I'd be happy to make castings for you in any of Dr. Goop's colors from my mold. Maybe we could do a casting of the month club instead of the mold of the month club? I wouldn't care as much if a casting got lost in the mail!

Joseph

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Re: Mold Swap spot?

Postby Archives » Sun Dec 13, 2009 1:25 pm

lovemred
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01/13/07 at 12:27 AM
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Hi, everyone! Noob here, recently rediscovered Creepy Crawlers. Thanks for all the tips, I will trying cooking them in the oven. I came to this thread because I have a couple of duplicate molds and was wondering if anyone would be interested in a swap?

I have a new mold marked 68-1 of a couple of big eyed bugs (flies) and also #15-1, which is more bugs (4-3 with wings).



I have an 8-year-old son, so would be interested in molds that he might like.

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Re: Mold Swap spot?

Postby Archives » Sun Dec 13, 2009 1:25 pm

dr_goop


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04/11/07 at 06:09 PM
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I am looking for an Eeeeks 4513-054


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