A few ideas for using your finished pieces include...
jewelry (earrings, necklace charms, pins) scrapbooking tags, paper piecings, picture paper clips, charms (cell phone, etc) handmade greeting cards embellishments for picture frames, magnets dollhouse miniatures hair bows sports pins handmade ornaments plant stakes or decorative clay tags ideas are really unlimited
**** HOW TO USE YOUR MOLD****
Most air dry clays, and cold porcelain do not need a release agent with these molds. Just leave a small tail to pull your piece out with and then trim.
If you are having trouble removing your piece, dust it with cornstarch, baby powder, or baking powder. Some people use oil, or water. It really depends on what you are casting from your mold, but in my experience, I have never had problems using baking powder. Push your molding material into your mold and leave a small tail to pull it out with. Trim the tail off and you have a finished piece ready to be painted, texturized, or used as is. If you are having problems getting your piece out because your material is soft, simply put it in the freezer to harden then pull it out.