Entries by The InstaMorph Team

Spoon Rest

Nikita recently found InstaMorph and has added it to her home decor toolbox. As her first InstaMorph project, she made this handy spoon rest in the shape of a fish. It’s pretty adorable if you ask us! “I wanted to make something different unusual than what we find on YouTube or on Pinterest. Meanwhile i wanted […]

Demogorgon Costume

Welcome to the Upside Down! Kara used her InstaMorph moldable plastic to create a ton of teeth for her son’s custom Demogorgon costume headpiece for Halloween this year.  “It was my first time using the product, and I absolutely loved working with it. The best part: it’s reusable, so all of the extra teeth I […]

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Kitchen Sprayer Fix

Lesa made this temporary holder for a kitchen spray nozzle out of some black InstaMorph. I just bought a new house, and will be replacing the kitchen sink. Until then, this is serving me well. I started it with hot water, and finished it off with a heat gun. When I replace the sink, I […]

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Submarine Model

John created these two submarine models completely out of InstaMorph. Even their display stands are pieces of InstaMorph. “Sometime between ages 6 and 46 bath-time got boring.  Then InstaMorph made it fun again. Now I see there’s black InstaMorph.  My next sub is going to be even better!” You can see the drawings of the […]

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Wedding Cake Topper

Jason created this wedding cake topper which he made for his friend’s wedding.  “They’re big Star Wars fans, and they asked me to immortalize them in the roles of Han and Leia. So, I tried to do just that – once I decided on a romantic pose, I got to work incorporating her platinum blonde […]

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Fridge Ice-maker Fix

Recently, when Brian went to get some ice out of his refrigerator, he noticed some little white pieces of plastic in his water cup along with the ice. When he investigated more, he found that the guard that ensures that the ice falls into the ice bucket and not back into the tray when being […]

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Wizard Staff

Jason used InstaMorph to help bring this wizard staff to life. Other materials included PVC for the main shaft, some glow pigment, and a flashlight. A wooden dowel helps to turn on the flashlight with a side switch or by tapping it on the ground. Oh, and we can’t forget the 20-sided die on the […]

Finger Ramp

Nathan made these custom-fitted finger ramps for his bass guitars out of InstaMorph. “I’ve been using InstaMorph for years to make various hardware pieces for my bass guitars, and I recommend it often. The most notable piece I’ve been making is a bass finger ramp, which is used to keep the playing feel consistent in […]

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Posable Hand

William made two posable articulated hands out of InstaMorph, using instamorph for everything except the joints which were held together with tooth pics. The first hand is smaller and each finger only bends at two points, while the second larger one has fingers which bend at three points like an actual hand. Well done William! […]