music notes silicone mold

Music notes silicone mold - make resin music note charms


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With our unique music notes mold, you can create beautiful adornments for jewelry and craft decorations.  Make resin music notes in three different designs.  The music notes are light and dainty, meaning they can even be worn as earrings!  The flexible silicone allows you to use the mold dozens of times. 

Resin charms made with this music notes mold measure approximately 1/2 inches wide by 1 inch wide to 1/8 inch deep.  The treble clef is 1/2 inch wide by 1 1/4 inches long and 1/8 inch deep.  The single note measures 5/8 inches square and 1/8 inch deep. 

How to Use

Using this music notes silicone mold to make resin music charms is as simple as:

1.  Mixing a casting resin.  (These are resins designed for silicone molds.)

2.  Pouring the resin into the mold.  (Did we mention you can use resin colors first?)

3.  Demolding the charms after the resin is cured.  Use them any way you like!

Make demolding easy by prepping the mold with a light layer of resin mold release before use.

Mold color may vary.  Sample resin music notes are not included with music notes mold purchase.

Shipping & Returns

This resin music notes mold can ship worldwide!

Choose the delivery option that works best for you.  Estimated delivery dates are provided at checkout.  

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

Customer Reviews

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THIS is a Keeper

Really like this mold, and living in Nashville, the "notes" will come in handy in making gifts for friends in the music biz. The notes themselves are small and when I first opened the package, I was afraid I would make a mess trying to get resin into each of them. So far, I've made three sets and will use them again, no doubt.