Why would I need an insulated box inside my toaster oven, you ask?
Why, to bake polymer clay, of course.
I love the one I built for myself, and I have NEVER burnt anything I have baked inside the "box". If you are having any problems with that new oven you got for Christmas, check this out.
Since I am a little 'challenged' when it comes to posting pictures on the blog here, (still pretty new to this) and since the tute has quite a few pictures, and since I am very comfortable with my sitebuilder program, I decided to create a tutorials page on my website. That way it's just 1 or 2 pics here and a link to the tute.
It didn't really take that long to build the page, finish taking the pictures and writing the tutorial, but as I was finishing it up, I realized that I hadn't updated my site in about 6 months and linking to it would be the equivalent of inviting company over to the house and not at least taking time to vacuum the clumps of dog hair out of the corners of the living room. So I spent about two and a half days updating the site. Now I can, in good conscience, invite you to check out the tutorial and poke around the site a bit while you're there (no dog hair in the corners).