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Bookmark clear silicone mold - two sizes - DIY resin bookmarks


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Make your own resin bookmarks for books, magazines, and other paper readables.  Great gift idea for the old-school bookworm in your family!

Choose from resin bookmark molds in two sizes:

  • The large mold makes castings 13.9 cm long by 2.6 cm wide by 3 mm deep.
  • The small mold makes castings 9.3 cm by 2.6 cm by 3 mm deep.

Both molds have a 4 mm wide cast-in-place hole at the top.  The small mold holds approximately 7.5 ml of resin while the large mold holds approximately 11 ml of resin. 

How to Use

How do you use this bookmark silicone mold to make resin bookmarks?

Step 1:  Mix a resin designed for molds, adding resin colors if you want.  Do it your way!

Step 2:  Fill the mold with resin, adding other found items.

Step 3:  Demold once the resin is dry, adding a fun tie to the top through the cast in place hole.

For easier demolding and less tearing on the mold, use our Ultralease resin mold release

Shipping & Returns

This silicone bookmark mold can ship worldwide!

Get your order when you need it.  We have a variety of delivery options to meet your time and budget.

We want you to be thrilled with your purchase, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of unused silicone bookmark molds within 30 days of arrival.  

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Lorraine H customerTV (Springfield, US)
Nice gift

These bookmarks are easy to make, with the bits of left over resin. No need to waste a drop. I put Penny's in one, and that little one super smiled. Let your imagination run wild. This mold is wonderful, resin pops right. It is smooth and clean.

Ilene Wight (Portland, US)
Great product

I love the size of this mold. It is perfect to use when I have a little bit of extra Resin left over from bigger projects.

Janet Reed (Portland, US)
Book marker

This market is the best one so far that I have found (I have 3 now). It’s just a hair thicker than others I’ve found online which makes a difference between a hard versus a soft (or “bendy”) marker. They’ve lasted a good while now but will order more since I’ve been selling lots of them! Now if I can only find great tassels....