Make your own notebook and journal covers in three different sizes! Each mold casts with holes in place making connected them with wire, ribbon, or other ties easy peasy!
- The small mold makes castings 9 1/2 cm by 13 cm.
- The medium mold makes castings 10 1/2 cm by 17 1/2 cm.
- The large mold makes castings 21 cm by 15 1/2 cm.
For each mold, there are six 'cast in place' holes that are 4 mm in diameter. For the small mold, the holes are 1.3 cm apart with no center gap. The gap between the first three holes and the second three holes is 4.3 cm in the medium sized mold and 6.3 cm in the large sized mold.
Each mold holds approximately one to two ounces of resin.
Get ideas for create your own book covers here: 5 resin book cover ideas
For the best results and to prolong mold life, we recommend using our Ultra 4 Parfilm Polyester paintable mold release. Be sure to also read our 5 tips for keeping your silicone molds in top shape.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU! I have been looking for this type of thing, and here it is! I have some old books which are literally falling apart, and needing new covers. Also trying to figure out how to make a spine for one book. This book is my grandfathers Bible, so has sentimental value. I may have to get the small sized journal cover for that, as it is pocket sized. The others are much larger, and need the large mold.