MoldShop's Shop Announcement

Welcome to my shop I carry handmade flexible silicone molds in many shapes and sizes. I use a mold press to give my molds sharp clean impressions that are flat on top and bottom. Sorry, I'm no longer doing custom orders.

Some molds take more skill and knowledge to use then others, with that in mind, Please use the pictures to judge for yourself if it will work for your skills,needs,and purposes, or ask if you have any questions. All molds may not be appropriate for all uses and silicone is not appropriate for all casting materials. Please follow the directions provided with your casting material carefully. Please use your own judgement or ask before purchase. All molds are food safe, That does not mean they are all appropriate for food, as some are very thin." Molds are one-sided and have one cavity unless otherwise noted. These are intended for use as molds only. Definition of a mold- a cavity in which a substance is shaped.
All sizes are approximate and are height X width X depth. If size has not been listed yet please view 2nd picture for sizes and ask if you have any questions before purchase as all sales are final.
Be aware that your final piece my have a different size, as some casting materials do shrink.

Please read my policies before ordering to prevent any misunderstandings.
Any requests need to be made before placing an order.
If you need insurance or any other special shipping option, please let me know before placing an order. Please Note: From my location, USPS has no overnight available, all they have is Priority Mail Express 2-Day.
Due to many issues with Shipping to Brazil I will only ship per Priority Mail Express International with tracking and the order must fit in a.15" x 9-1/2" flat rate envelope. all others will be canceled.

To release molded items gently flex and wiggle the mold all around to get it to release the item, this needs to be done even with the use of a release agent, as it keeps the mold from tearing and is especially important with resin, any islands which means Silicone completely surrounded by casting material, such as eyes and nose also need to be released, I recommend pushing down with any blunt object (ball stylus), then you can push it from the bottom up, also if you are using Epoxy resin it is highly recommend to use a release agent. If using fondant you need to dust the mold lightly with corn starch or powdered sugar.

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.