Book journal cover clear silicone mold for resin journal cover
- How to Use
Dress up a journal or notebook by making your own notebook and journal covers with resin! Use this silicone mold to make a book journal cover with cast-in-place holes. Then, connect them with clips, wire, ribbon, zip ties or anything else you want to try.
Journal and notebook covers are 9 1/2 cm by 13 cm by 1/8 inch deep.
How do you use this book journal cover silicone mold to make a resin notebook cover?
Step 1: Measure and mix casting resin
Step 2: Add fun things like resin colors and found items to make it special.
Step 3: Demold once the resin is dry and finish with wire and papers.
The small mold holds 40 ml (~ 1 1/2 ounces) of resin. The medium mold holds 60 ml (~ 2 ounces) of resin. The large mold holds 105 ml (~ 3 1/2 ounces) of resin.
For each mold, there is 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.
For the best results and to prolong mold life, apply a light mist of Ultralease resin mold release 30 minutes or longer before using this mold with resin.
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This book journal cover silicone mold can ship worldwide!
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We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of new and unused resin crafting molds within 30 days of receipt.
Easy to remove piece from mold, the small mold makes a great purse size book
Every size is easy to work with; my favorite for gifting is the small. Molds release cleanly and well, since I got the Ultra 4 ParFilm Mold Release I ALWAYS use it.
A fun and versatile mold. The small size is great for making sketchbooks and journals. The attached picture is a cover I made as a test. (If, like me, you tend go a little overboard and try to add too many things, you can overfill the mold a little and just re-drill the holes and trim the edges and it still looks pretty good!)
Love these molds! I purchased all three sizes and they are very easy to use. The best part of the purchase was receiving a personal email from Katherine letting me know that she was there to help. 💜
Good quality mold, clear lines clean pull. Perfect sized for A5/6/7 paper with space at the edge of coverage and ease of opening