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How do you create a beautiful drop pendant with resin? You have to start with the right mold! This cone-shaped silicone pendant mold is big enough to include lots of fun things with this resin pendant.
Use this mold to make a dainty, yet dramatic resin pendant. The flexible silicone rubber means you can use the mold dozens of times.
This mold will produce cones that are 20 mm long by 10 mm wide at the widest point.
This mold is handmade with poured clear silicone by House of Molds in Italy. This clear silicone pendant mold allows you to see what you are doing while you are resin casting. Why does that matter? It's great for knowing exactly where to place your inclusions or for finding and removing bubbles. Being able to see through the mold means fewer ruined projects!
How do you use this silicone resin pendant mold?
Step 1: Measure and mix a resin designed for jewelry molds.
Step 2: Gently pour into the pendant mold. Add found items, glitters or colors if desired.
Step 3: Demold once cured. Pouring soapy water into the mold after curing will make this easier.
Besides epoxy resin, you can use this mold for the following: polyester and polyurethane resins, wax, soap, precious metal clay, fimo clay, concrete and cement.
Want to learn more? Then you will enjoy reading the House of Molds FAQ.
Example pendant, bead cap and chain shown in pictures are not included.
This video shows an easy trick for demolding your castings from this cone pendant mold:
I agree with the reviews about difficulty getting your design out of the mold. I’m going to cut slits in the top also. I love the shape of this mold.
I had to wait two days before the resin was dry enough to get it out of this mold. It was very difficult and the resin was still sticky. It never did harden. It was either the mold or your resin. I mixed it correctly as I’m always aware Of being precise.
Hi Carrie, I'm sorry to hear you had a bad experiencing using resin in this mold. I would be upset too if my pendants came out sticky. The good news is that a few tweaks in your resin techniques is usually all it takes to not have sticky resin going forward. We will be sending you a private email to help you troubleshoot your sticky pendant and how to prevent situations like this in future pours.
Thanks for the email for me to review the product you forgot to send. I was missing two products from my package a month ago . Still waiting !
Resin is best on market though .
Hi Laura, thanks for taking the time to share your insight. I would be upset too if everything I was expecting in my order didn't arrive. It sounds like maybe you missed the reply we sent to you over a month ago when you first contacted us? Darn spam filters! We will be in touch with you again shortly to help.
I thought this would be hard to unmold but with a little effort it very easily comes out of the mold.
I have bought molds from Resin Obsession before and really like them. I am excited to try out this new mold. I am new to resin and appreciate all the tips.