Your mold will be purple. Please check the picture with the ruler for size. 🙂
Per Silicone Manufacturer these molds are safe for use with food products.
If you used non-edible material in your mold first don’t then use it for edible material to avoid cross contamination. Example: I keep my molds for chocolate etc., separate from the molds I use to make soap embeds.
Make sure the size of the mold you buy will be suitable for the material you want to put in it. Depending on the size of the mold, you may use these molds with Polymer Clay, Ceramic Clay, Soap, Wax, Utee, Hot Glue, Fondant, Resin to make anything from earrings, soap embeds, wax melts, guest soaps, fridge magnets to ornaments. These purple molds do not work with UV Resin. You’d need clear silicone molds for UV resin
See my blog link below for HOW TO tips and suggestions. Resin will not come out shiny with these molds. It will be matte.
Just make sure your mold is the size you need for the project you want to create!
*Please check the size prior to purchase.
*Chocolate, Butter, sugar, cream mint recipes and fondant work wonderful in the mold to adorn cakes and cupcakes or makes wonderful little sugars for tea party’s or butter pats!
*You can make soap embeds for larger bars of soap to embed or attach to the top!
*Create scented wax melts!
*Resin charms or pendants are another idea. I use Easy Cast Resin and colorants.
*Polymer and Ceramic clays work well in the molds. Although molds cannot go in the kiln, they may be used in the oven according to your polymer clay package instructions.
*Utee and hot glue work in the molds, however, bubbles do occur and are unavoidable in the finished piece.
Check out my blog for mold use tips. 🙂
Keep molds away from children. Not a toy.
Please wash all new molds gently with warm, mild soapy water prior to first use.
Keep all molds used with non food items separate from molds you use with food. i.e. don't use a mold with resin then use it with fondant later.
Please Read the Safety and Data Sheets Prior to Use.