Wow! This new design for 2019 from the team at House of Molds in Italy will let you create hoop earrings with your artistic flair! This flexible clear silicone mold will let you make dozens of pairs of resin hoop earrings. Not only are hoop earrings an easy-to-wear design, but they are the popular earring fashion trend.
Making your own handmade jewelry couldn't be an easier. Add colored resin, glitters, micas and more to give your earrings an instant glam. After demolding, add earring posts and clutches to make the earrings wearable. This mold has an open side, making it easy to work with.
The clear silicone mold allows you to see what you are doing while you are resin casting. Great for knowing exactly where to place your inclusions or for removing bubbles. Being able to see through the mold means fewer mistakes! The flexible silicone rubber allows you to use the mold dozens of time.
Earrings made with this mold with be 49 mm long, 27 mm wide and 4 mm thick.
These flexible silicone rubber molds can be used with many materials, such as epoxy resin, polyester resin, polyurethane resin, wax, soap, precious metal clay, fimo clay, concrete, cement and more. Have questions about using these molds? Be sure to check out our House of Molds FAQ.
The listing is for the mold only. Examples shown in pictures are not included.
I am not a big hoop wearer, but I really liked the shape of this pair of hoops. I've made several pairs, and they are really great. The mold is high quality and I really like the way these earrings look on. At first they seemed odd because of the way they stuck out, but it's just the rectangular shape. I use this mold every time I cast, and experiment with different color combinations. This photo is of the first pair I made. I am new to resin, so they aren't perfect, but they are still wearable.
I have only used this mold once, so I will try it again soon, but this first attempt was not a resounding success. The mold was easy to fill and unmold although the sides of the mold are very thin and I suspect may eventually break with frequent use. The end is so small that it does not cover the small round plate on the ear post. I glued it near the top of the plate so it doesn't show when worn. Then it hangs at a droopy angle on my ear--don't know if that is because of the placement of the piece on the post plate or something else. I will try again, but for now only so so.