Clear silicone set of 7 dice molds - sharp edges - make your own dice

Clear silicone set of 7 dice molds - sharp edges - make your own dice


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How do you take your game night to the next level?  By making your own set of custom resin dice.  This set of seven silicone molds with a sharp edge makes it easy!

These handmade, clear silicone molds are crafted by the husband and wife team of House of Molds in Italy.  They are made with the serious artist in mind and are designed to last for dozens of castings.  You won't believe how many dice sets you can make with these molds!

Get one each of the following seven dice styles and sizes:

  • D4  17 mm X 17 mm 
  • D6  14 mm X 14 mm 
  • D8  16 mm X 22 mm 
  • D10  19 mm X 22 mm 
  • D12  17 mm X 17 mm 
  • D20  20 mm X 20 mm 
  • D100  19 mm X 22 mm 

Why is clear silicone so awesome for casting resin?  It lets you see exactly where to place your embedments or for removing bubbles. Being able to see through the mold means fewer mistakes! 

How do you use sharp-sided dice mold set to make resin dice?

Step 1:  Press the molds closed with packing tape.

Step 2:  Mix and pour a casting resin into the mold opening.  Use resin colors or add found items to the resin.  Set aside to cure.

Step 3:  Remove the tape, open the molds, and remove the resin.  Finish as necessary including sanding and polishing if necessary.  Highlight the numbers with acrylic paint.

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

Resin crafters will need to finish the dice post-demolding to get a perfect edge.  Beginners should expect to use these molds several times to learn how to get perfect dice.

The listing is for the set of seven dice molds only.  Dice shown in the pictures are not included.

How to use the molds:


Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Not that great of a mold
Hi Alex, I'm sorry to see the dice molds didn't work out for you as you had hoped. I would be disappointed too. This typically happens from underfilling your molds during the casting process. We recommend overfilling the mold, fully filling the pour stem, which allows resin to sink into the mold as the bubbles escape. The good news is that the moldmakers have created a video showing how you can fix these deficits with another resin pour. You can watch it on youtube here:
Great molds, but...
Very well made!
HOM - Sharp Edge Dice Molds