You can, of course, make jello in them for dinner, or bake little pastries in them.
I can't claim that these are new or pristine. They are old, vintage and have been around the block a few times, and, of course, show a certain amount of wear over the years that these have been around and changed hands numerous times.
OR, you can get creative and do all kinds of wondrous things with them and to them, such as painting them, spraying them, staining them, drilling them,filling them, smashing them, etc.
The last photos show some examples of some things that I have done with jello molds of this type and are not included in this listing.
When I schlepp my things locally at street fairs, craft fairs, Day at the Docks, etc. these are always a big seller because of our coastline and the number of fishermen who live here. They hang them in the salon of their boats, at home, on the patio, on the fence, on the tree, etc.
Try your own hand and see what you can come up with. The possibilities are endless!!! There are other examples shown on the STAR JELLO MOLD listing as well...