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20 Irregular Shaped Antique Bronze Finish Frame charms

Really cool frame shaped charms which are really great for resin! Add a little tape to the back and then add your resin. I can totally see a charm bracelet filled with these charms with just some pretty colored resin inside or maybe make it transparent with a small pressed flower.. Possibilities are endless.

Size: Approx. 28mm tall, 15mm wide, 2mm thick.


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If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me via convo or at Megan [at] TheJeweledLizard.com.

Be sure to check out my Blog to find out first about new molds and sales at:
Blog: http://TheJeweledLizard.com.
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Pictures and copy ©2012 Megan Bush - TheJeweledLizard All Rights Reserved

INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS:
Unfortunately USPS shipping prices went up tremendously on 1/27/2013. Without some sort of graduated table rate based on weight, it was very hard to apply a shipping structure. Any overage in shipping over $1.50 will be refunded to you.

Frequently asked questions about JeweledLizard

Each individual mold is handmade by me. All my mold designs have been tested by me before I offer them for sale and only sell what I would personally use myself. They are made from the same style plastic as offered by the major brands, and in some cases even thicker than, for easy release of resin.

Due to their handmade nature, no two molds are ever exactly the same. During the molding process, some small airpockets, what look like “watermarks” and/or bubbling in the plastic that may occur that may create a slight texture difference on your pieces. Nothing that can't be hidden with a little glazing which most resin artists do anyway. I do my best to eliminate these as much as possible but flatter pieces are more prone to it.
The plastic can be scratched. You don't want to place anything sharp inside the molding surface. To clean, use a very soft cloth and light touch.
The plastic molds are made with food grade plastic and are food safe. They are not, however, oven safe. Do not plastic in a microwave, oven, or dishwasher.

You can, however, pour things like melted chocolate or melted sugar into the molding surface. Just wait until the liquid has cooled before removing from the mold so the plastic has a chance to cool too.
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