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    Home-made silicone corsets, breast binders, dildos, vibrators and other goodies.

    I made this for a fetish site so there might still be some instructions for some of the kinkier stuff, but I think I edited them all out (I hope lol).
    I left the instructions for dildos and vibrators since someone might want to make them.

    See bottom for some tips about decorating, drying times, reinforcing, care, other clothing, binds, homemade dildos, homemade vibrators, etc.


    I'm going to give instructions for a few types of corsets and breast binders.
    This part can be done over the shirt, but it is easier if it is done on bare or (lightly) cling wrapped skin before the shirt is put on.
    Use tape to bind your breasts in whatever shape you want them.
    Push them up, push them in and up, smoosh them down (the Reusable Unseamed (No Laces) Clay Corset Mould makes a seamless corset that is perfect to wear under clothes to hide breasts), etc.
    A good way to get them to stay pushed up or up and in, is to bend from the waist and hold them in place while someone tapes them for you.
    A good way to smoosh them down is to get on back and have a friend help tape them (part of it will go under armpits so might want to do it on back for a couple layers, on each side a couple layers, then standing for a layer to get it comfy and well binded.
    Might want to add a bit extra tape around the bottoms and sides of the breasts to give them a bit more support and padding for cleavage or lift.

    There's a two ways to do the next part.
    Shirt Method:
    Put on a stretchy form-fitting shirt or tank top that you don't mind getting cut up just make sure it is longer than the corset's desired length.
    Cling Wrap Method:
    Wrap cling wrap around body (not too tightly) from armpits to several inches below where you want the corset to end.

    Wrap duct tape around your breasts and waist.
    If you get on your back and have a friend bind your waist, it will usually make the tummy go in slightly more also try to tighten the tummy muscles as much as possible while being taped.
    Don't worry about the top and bottom, it will be shaped later.
    Tape in both directions (left to right, right to left) for several layers to help it retain it's shape after it has been removed (don't worry if it's uneven, it will be cut later).
    Now is the time to add under-wires and ribbing if desired with a final layer to keep it secured.
    Keep the tape out, there's still more steps.

    Split Duct Tape Corset.
    This is the starter piece that is used for each type of corset.
    Time get creative.
    Take a marker and draw out the shape you want.
    Make marks for things like nipple holes, V's, rounded edges, demi-cup, no cup, etc.
    However you want it to look.
    Use a ruler to draw a straight line down the back or front of the corset frame (where ever you want the lacings to be) then cut along it carefully making sure it is straight (don't cut the person under the shirt).
    Cut off all the shirt that's showing above and below the duct tape.
    If desired, you cut a bit more from each side of the cut to make the corset even tighter.
    Tape all the the edges with extra duct tape for more reinforcement.
    If you'll be making a laced corset, punch holes evenly along the sides of the cut for ribbon/ties about one inch apart every two holes.


    Now for the fun parts. There are a few things you can do.

    This can be used to make custom clothing in almost any material.
    Simple Corset (not a mould):
    Be very careful to make sure it retains it's shape for this part.
    First add some more layers to the duct tape going from top to bottom and diagonally in both front and back.
    Then do a last layer sideways again going around both front and back so it will really be reinforced.
    Carefully making sure not to get any creases, use fabric glue to glue your fabric (velvet, lace, brocade, satin, denim, leather, vinyl, etc) over the duct tape.
    Make sure to go around all the edges to make it look more real).
    Cut through the holes (if you hammer grommet into them it lasts longer).
    Thread the holes (with ribbon, rawhide or whatever you plan to use) and wear it.
    If you want it to be stronger and last longer (again, this is for a single corset):
    On the inside apply a thin layer of silicone that has been mixed with silicone thinner or fabric glue (use a paint brush).
    Allow it to set two minutes then apply gauze (strips or unfolded squares) or cheese cloth (a bit more gauze at edges for extra reinforcement).
    Allow to set ten minutes, apply a second coat of silicone or fabric glue.
    Allow to set and add a second layer of gauze or cheese cloth.
    Allow to set ten minutes then apply another thin coat of silicone or fabric glue.
    Now it can either stay as it is with the silicone/fabric glue inside against skin or after two minutes an inner cloth shell of whatever material is desired (whatever you like against your skin tee-shirt material, cotton, microfiber, silk, spandex, leather, fur, etc) can be added.
    Make it slightly smaller than the corset and make sure not to press it into the silicone/fabric glue except around the edges, you want it lightly touching the surface instead of being pressed into it.
    Glue fabric seams around all the edges on inside (it is usually strips of cotton or satin) to reinforce them and cover the areas that next to the inner shell so no silicone/glue is touching the skin.
    See tips at bottom of this wall of text for instructions on making a piece that can go under the lacings.


    This Is For A Reusable Laced Corset Mould.
    Make the duct tape corset.
    Cut an inch or more (depending on how tight you will want it) evenly from each side of the main cut.
    Spray the inside with acrylic sealer.
    Mix water into air drying clay to make the consistency of runny pudding (thicker than cream, thinner than pudding).
    While making sure that the corset retains it's shape apply the clay over the INSIDE of the corset NOT the duct tape (you can paint it on with a paintbrush).
    You can use something to make the hole shapes (coffee straw, toothpick, bead, etc) and just push into the clay where the holes will be.
    Poke them through the duct tape holes then tape them into place on the duct tape side of the mould, just make sure to leave enough sticking out on the clay side to poke through the silicone (and possibly gauze or cheese for reinforcing) to go around (that is what will leave the open hole for the laces after it is lifted off of the mould).
    Allow to dry 10 minutes then apply a second layer of the clay.
    Repeat until you have a layer of clay about 1/8th to 1/4 inch thick.
    Now you can make designs on the clay using thicker clay pieces or just make a smooth layer.
    Allow to dry completely.
    Seal with spray acrylic.
    To use:
    Apply silicone to the mould.
    Allow to cure.
    Gently remove.
    You can add more designs to the silicone with more silicone following the tips below.
    You paint it with silicone that has been thinned and had acrylic paint added to it.
    You can reinforce it using same method mentioned in Simple Corset instructions.
    You can add a lining using same method mentioned in Simple Corset instructions.

    Reusable Unseamed Clay Corset Mould:
    This would be perfect for binding the breasts since there are no laces.
    Follow instructions to make a seamed corset.
    After cutting the seam, cut down the center of the back (or front, whichever you didn't cut).
    Mix the clay a little thinner this time, about the consistency of cream.
    Carefully apply over the INSIDES of both pieces NOT the duct tape being careful to make sure it retains its shape.
    Allow to dry thirty minutes.
    Tape the two pieces along the seams.
    It should look like a corset and hold it's shape completely.
    Very carefully paint the inside of the corset (it's fine to get it on the outter edges too).
    Again get the clay to about 1/8th to 1/4th inch thick evenly all the way around.
    Now you can make designs on the clay using thicker clay pieces or just make a smooth layer.
    Allow to dry completely.
    Seal with spray acrylic and let dry.
    To use:
    Apply silicone to the mould.
    Allow to cure.
    Gently remove.
    You can add designs to the silicone with more silicone following the tips below.
    You paint it with silicone that has been thinned and had acrylic paint added to it.
    You can reinforce it using same method mentioned in Simple Corset instructions.
    You can add a lining using same method mentioned in Simple Corset instructions.



    Tips & Hints:
    Liquid latex can be used in place of silicone, but the silicone is great for people with latex allergies.
    Peel up all the edges first when removing silicone from moulds, it can be rolled or scrunched and lightly stretched to help remove it.
    Remember silicone sticks to silicone so if it tears it can be repaired with more silicone then another thin layer can be added for reinforcement over the entire corset.
    Mix white silicone caulk with acrylic craft paint to get desired color and pour a bit into a bowl of water.
    Clear silicone can be added over fabric to give it a different look.
    If the silicone irritates your skin, you can add material to the inside using the same method mentioned above.
    Material can be added to the outside using same method mentioned above, just make sure to fold it around the seams and seal into place with more silicone (on the inside where it won't show).
    Gromets can be hammered into the lacing holes to make them stronger.
    Ribbing can be added between layers to help it retain it's shape. There's some corset making sites that give ideas for things that can be used for ribbing.
    The wire from a bra can be removed and added to the corset between the layers to give it a bit more support or make your own using whatever is on hand.
    Smooth-on's website has loads of tips, vids, and pics for working with silicone and rubber (has some vids and pics of batman, batgirl suits and other costumes, masks).
    Smooth-on also sell supplies of better quality silicone products (Hollywood FX quality products) for decent prices (I was reading up on it for ideas on making home-made dildos and vibrators lol).
    Talc can be used to help remove the silicone from it's mould.
    Squeeze the caulk into water, make it into shapes and apply with wet fingers.
    Squeeze caulk into a bowl, add a bit of silicone thinner, mix well to brush it on with a paint brush.
    A cake decorating kit can be used to add some texture to the silicone corset.
    The only thing that remains sticking to silicone for a long period of time is more silicone.
    Sprinkle talc onto the silicone and your body to make it easier to squeeze into (just like skin diving gear).
    Air dry clay takes 24 - 48 hours to dry, but it becomes stronger with time so it is even better if allowed it dry a week or month.
    Silicone caulk usually takes 2 hours to dry and 24 hours to set depending on the climate, for best results it's best to let it cure for 48 hours.
    Spray acrylic takes about 15 minutes to dry, but it's best to allow at least an hour or two.
    It is best to cover entire surface with thin coats of silicone.
    Store in clean, dry area
    .
    Reinforcing:
    If you want the corset to be stronger and last longer (especially on the edges), you can add strips of gauze, gauze pads (unfolded and cut to shape) or cheese cloth (cut to shape) between the thin layers of silicone (don't press it down into the silicone).
    This works best if using the thinned painted method.
    On the inside of the cut (the part seen under the lacing):

    For The Place That Shows Through The Lacings:
    Take a piece of spandex
    Use fabric glue to glue it to the cloth of choice (lace, brocade, leather, etc).
    Glue it to the inside of the corset with the fabric facing out so it will peek through the lacings.
    If using silicone:
    Paint silicone over the inner edges of both the corset (the side facing your body) and the outer edges of the spandex piece (on the side that will face out).
    Put them together.
    To reinforce it:
    Paint an inch wide strip of silicone over and to each side the seams (facing inside).
    You can go over the entire spandex piece with the silicone if desired.


    These instructions can easily be converted to make other clothing such as custom fitted laced or one piece pants, shorts, shirts, skirts, dresses, etc.
    Basically anything that can be duct taped or painted with silicone is easy to make.
    As with the corsets, the items can be either full silicone, lined, or made of cloth with just the duct tape and stuff for reinforcement (gauze, cheese cloth, wires, boning, etc.

    For other clothing:
    Not going to give detailed instructions since it's same as for the corsets.
    Just tape whatever part of the body will be used for the clothing.
    Carefully cut from body where you want the seams for the laces.
    Remove a couple inches from either side of the cut.
    Mark how you want it shaped
    Cut the final shape.
    Tape the edges.

    For cloth clothing:
    Use same method as for cloth corset.
    For laced silicone:
    Do same as for laced corset.
    For one piece silicone:
    Cut into two pieces.
    Paint the clay into the outside of the moulds same as for corsets.
    Let it dry 15 minutes.
    Fit them together making sure seams are smooth then do same as for the corset.


    Make life casts by paint it directly onto the skin, adding a support for the silicone (usually plaster strips), allowing it to cure, remove.
    http://www.smooth-on.com/Lifecasting/c1240/index.html <-shows how
    Here are the working and setting times of two life casting silicones to give an idea of how they work.
    * Body DoubleŽ "Standard Set" for larger surface areas. Working time of 5 minutes and a demould time of 20 minutes
    * Body DoubleŽ "Fast Set" for fast turn around. Working time of 90 seconds and a demould time of 5 minutes

    There's others, I'm just too lazy to copy and paste them all.


    How To Make Silicone Dildos & Vibrators:
    I haven't tried it, but some people use clear GE kitchen and bath silicone caulk to make sex toys (usually dildos or vibrators).
    There's many different ways to do it.
    Make a mould and fill with silicone.
    Wrap silicone around a shape, example: a condom filled with sand.
    Squeeze silicone into a bowl of water and use wet fingers to make it into desired shape.
    And even vibrators can be made:
    Insert a cheap egg vibrator into a silicone dildo before it sets.
    Insert a cheap egg vibrator into the shape before the silicone is added.

    Not really a tip, but wanted to mention it.
    A life cast can be used to make a cast of the body.
    The silicone mould can be filled with plaster or some other item.
    The hardened plaster or other item harden into the exact shape the inside of the silicone mold.
    It can be used like a dress maker's stand since it is exactly same as your body.
    From that, you can sculpt custom fitted items out of silicone.
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    Interesting information anonimouse. Reminds me of a really cool interview I did once.

    We were interviewing butch and femme identified folks for a research study. One of the butches, who was a part of the community in the 50s/60s described how he made his own packer. He took the cushiony thing on the top of a crutch - you know, the part that makes it more comfortable under your arm and attached it in the appropriate place to create the bulge he wanted. I want to say he even mentioned covering it with condoms and fucking with it, but I won't swear to it. I loved that story.
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    That's a pretty cool idea too.
    In the United States, an estimated
    40,610 breast cancer deaths
    are anticipated in 2009
    .
    40,170 women & 440 men

    Favorite link to send to friends:

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