Silicone Bookmark Mold For Epoxy - 5 Designs


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DIY a resin bookmark for books, magazines, and other hardcover books.  It's a fantastic gift idea for teachers, home cooks, and anyone else who regularly uses reference books.

This bookmark mold comes with five different designs that imprint onto the resin while it's curing. This mold makes bookmarks with two 'shattered glass' patterns, pebbles, hearts, and pawprints.

Bookmarks measure 5 5/8 inches long by 1 inch wide by 1/8 inch deep. It casts with a 3 mm wide hole at the top for you to add a ribbon after demolding.

The samples shown were made by dusting powder pigments for resin in apple green and emerald. Then filled with Resin Obsession super clear resin. Metallic acrylic paint was added after demolding.

Use this mold to make epoxy resin bookmarks in three simple steps:

Step 1:  Mix a resin designed for molds, adding resin colors if you want.  Have it your way!

Step 2:  Fill the mold with epoxy, checking for bubbles before letting it cure.

Step 3:  Demold once the resin is formed. Highlight the details with acrylic paint.

For easier demolding and less tearing on the mold, use Ultralease resin mold release before filling with resin.

The sample bookmarks shown are not included with your purchase.

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We want you to be thrilled with your new mold, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns of unused silicone molds within 30 days of delivery.  

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kim B. (Dunedin, US)
Great Way to Make a Personalized Gift

My new favorite! A fun way to make unique gifts, tailored to the recipient.

Judy Kritikos (Seattle, US)
They are.... challenging

I had high hopes these would create beautiful/unusual bookmarks. They might - but I found them challenging. The middle one was my fav - with all the geometric pieces. I filled them in with a small injector - worked great. Cured it, then filled it so it had a solid color back. The problem? When you demold it, the lines left open areas that I couldn't fill in w/ resin. I taped the sides and a lot of it still leaked out. Good idea, but not one that worked for me.

Hi Judy, I'm sorry to hear working with this mold was tougher than you expected. I hate hearing that your resin crafting time was less than fun. I've had the best experience dusting powder into the molds, then adding clear resin. After demolding, I use acrylic paints to highlight the details. You can see how I like to use them in this video: