Heart bowl reusable silicone mold - make heart shaped resin bowls
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Make beautiful bowls for trinkets and love notes with this heart-shaped dish silicone mold. Fill with jewelry or other trinkets. It's the perfect size to sit next to a sink or on a nightstand.
Bowls will be approximately 2 7/8 inches wide and 1 inch deep. Bowl wall thickness is 1/8 inch.
How do you use this heart-shaped silicone mold to make resin dishes?
Step 1: Mix and pour a casting resin into the mold cavity
Step 2: Make it special by using unique resin colors before pouring or leave the resin clear and add found items.
Step 3: After curing, twist the mold while grabbing the resin bowl edge to remove it.
Sample bowl shown was made with Resin Obsession super clear resin, ICE resin tints and Jacquard white alcohol ink.
For the best results and to prolong mold life, apply a light list of resin mold release before filling with resin.
Mold color may vary from the picture shown. The sample heart bowl shown is for illustration purposes only and not included with purchase.
See how easy it is to make 'petri style' resin dishes with this mold:
This silicone bowl mold can ship worldwide!
$5.99 delivery or FREE for orders of $75 or more.
Get your order when you need it. We offer expedited and economical shipping options. Orders placed by noon ET Monday through Friday ship the same day!
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 bowl molds within 30 days of receipt.
I have both the heart and the square shaped molds and have used them a lot. I would recommend these to anyone who enjoys crafting with resin!
I bought one of these and had to order more. They make great little ring or condiment bowls. They un-mold easily and you can do many things with them.
I love this mold! A perfect depth and size for your vanity or nightstand.
De-molds easily, and never disappoints!
This mold is so sturdy and shiny! I'll shop here again!
Thanks for sharing this Elizabeth. This makes our day!
I bought the heart mold last year and finally attempted it the other day. (I took a break to take care of my husband.) This mold is my first real mold I really liked the mold because it felt strong and I didn't have to worry about it getting bent out of shape. I had to put it in the freezer for 2 minutes to release it. Only because I over filled it. I like it and plan to make more.