3 Butterfly Silicone Mold - resin jewelry molds
Create a cute and colorful resin butterfly with this reusable silicone mold. These butterflies are perfect for hairpieces and sweater pins. The flexible silicone allows you to use the mold dozens of times.
The largest butterfly measures approximately 1 1/2 inches wide by 1 inch wide, while the smallest butterfly measures 5/8 inches long by 3/8 inches wide. Each is approximately 1/4 inch deep.
How do you make a resin butterfly in this silicone mold?
1. Mix and pour a casting resin into the mold cavities.
3. After curing, twist and peel the mold away from the resin charms.
Make sure your charms come out easily. Use our resin mold release.
Mold color may vary from the picture shown. Samples shown are not included with mold purchase.
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We want you to be thrilled with your butterfly silicone mold, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of unused resin molds within 30 days of delivery.
Love the size for special art projects. Details are great. Received package quickly .
The smallest one is so cute. The other two are great.
Love the detail in this mold. Is perfect for both jewelry and for picture add ons.
This mold has exceptional detail and the sizes are nice. The only drawback is they are very very thin so it takes some additional effort to assure you get a good result. I use this mold as a "leftover catcher" as it takes so little resin to fill it.
This mold is always close at hand when I'm using resin because it's great for leftovers- the smallest one takes only a few drops so I can get one out of almost any batch. All three pieces are perfectly sized for lots of uses from jewelry to decor, even embedding into larger resin pieces. The detail is nicely done, and the silicone is soft and stretchy but plenty durable. My only issue is that the butterflies are quite shallow at the body and slope down rather deep toward the wingtip. This can be an advantage if you want to fold the wings back, but the thickness can be awkward and require extra work to trim or sand down.overall, though, this is a mold I will continue to use constantly!