Curly Baby Lamb Sweet Sheep Silicone Soap Mold Bath Bomb Fizzies Mold Wax Mold DIY Craft Molds Cute Animals Silicone Soap Molds USA

Sold by grandhorse
(4)
$26.99
+ $6.75 shipping
$26.99
+ $6.75 shipping
Made to order
Preparation takes 5-9 business days
Arrives from the United States

Features
Handmade

Item details

Baby Lamby Handmade Soap Bar. Each Mold is Personally Hand Poured Fresh & High Quality Silicone Used. Formulated to Capture Fine Details. We Only Ship to the United States

Made in the USA

Curly Wooley Coat all around
Even on the top & side where the coat would be

Baaa.......meet....... Lamby, my handmade curly baby lamb. Sweet precious sheep handmade from a ball of clay, with a sweet expression, curly coat even on the top and rear side of the body. Features a sweet eye, wooley coat, ear on a perfect sized, thick soap bar. Lamby will even stand up on his/her feet. Would be great as primitive lamb wax tarts also. Super cute soap great for all year around, cute Baby Shower gift also.

This is a handmade design. Measures Length 3 1/4" from nose to rear, Top to Bottom 2 3/4" thickness 1" finished soap weighs 3 ounces depending on the soap base you use. This is a one cavity mold. Handmade Original. Glycerin Melt and Pour, Wax. Glycerine

Wonderful detail & real look are just what silicone molds are all about, silicone captures & reproduces this high detailed design that look so real you'll want to HUG! them!

This is a one cavity soft & flexible silicone soap mold of the piece pictured. Easy to pour & color, they have clean crisp color line to follow. Lots of detail as you can see. This is a Handmade Original piece, duplication of this mold is prohibited. Feel free to produce soaps, from this mold for your customers.

You are bidding on the silicone mold only, my photo shows the finished piece that the mold will produce. Your item is shipped within 5/9 days from when payment is received

Please know how to work with your products before purchasing a mold to achieve a certain effect. Sculptures In Soap offers you the mold only. It is up to you to create a finished piece from the raw materials you use.

Each mold is hand poured fresh, and I have invested in the equipment that eliminates the excess air from silicone, what this means for you, is it creates a soft and flexible mold, but also a stronger and longer lasting mold.

You will have hundreds of pours from them. Also they will withstand higher temps that you will ever need. They are

385 F continuous

425 F intermittently.

Designing & Hand Pouring Molds Since 2000

With New Technology each Year & Advances in Silicone. I re-evaluate my silicone to ensure You are getting the BEST and State of the Art hand poured silicone Mold. My Silicone is formulated for Soap, Candle Making and casting Resin, Wax bases, Plaster.......etc. . If you would like to see a photograph of a Variety of some of my silicone molds in the silicone I use, please visit my "About" page in my etsy Shop at this link. Please Note the High Quality and Thick molds to make sure You can Count and Trust they will work perfectly for You.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/grandhorse/about/

Here is my Policy page for any further questions, you are always Welcome to contact me through etsy to ask a question you have not found an answer too.

https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/grandhorse/policies

Many Soft Nickers,
Debra



    Reviews
    Average review
    (4)
    I love sheep!! One more cute sheep mold to add to my flock! Would highly recommend this seller!!
    May 21, 2018 by Jenny Depa-Karl
    Absolutely darling I love it
    Sep 13, 2016 by bbopbailey
    I love Debra's (Grandhorse) molds. They are the highest quality most wonderful molds to work with. There is so much hard work in all of these molds and it shows. I am a repeat customer and I will keep coming back as long as she keeps doing this. Trust me buy your molds here. You will not be sorry!!
    Jan 8, 2015 by Blue Moon Magic
    I love your molds. They produce absolutely beautiful soaps every time. Thank you.
    May 23, 2013 by A fellow maker

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Shipping & policies
Preparation takes 5-9 business days
Arrives from the United States
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Shipping is via USPS Mail. If your address has changed PLEASE it is Your responsibility to notify me if your address in your etsy account or pay pal account has changed. I am not responsible for packages that do not arrive if they are sent to the address I have in your pay pal account. Its all I know, is the address You provide to me to ship.

When I am in my Pay Pal account, The shipping label prints out to the address You provide. I have no way of knowing if you have moved or your address has changed. Please Confirm your address. Its up to You!


Payments

Pay Pal Payments Accepted to Confimed Address Only Please. If your address has changed PLEASE it is Your responsibilty to notify me if your address in your etsy account or pay pal account has changed. I am not responsible for packages that do not arrive if they are sent to the address I have in your pay pal acount. Its all I know, is the address You provide to me to ship.

When I am in my Pay Pal account, The shipping label prints out to the address You provide. I have no way of knowing if you have moved or your address has changed. Please Confirm your address. Its up to You!


Returns & exchanges

Return Policy

To ensure that your mold is in perfect condition, I personally hand pour and Inspect each mold prior to shipping your item, to insure you receive a quality mold without any flaws.

Returns that will be accepted are for material flaws or defective molds, within 5 days of receipt of merchandise (delivery confirmation date you received the merchandise). You must email me, to receive authorization to return within those 5 days.

Return shipping charges are your responsibility. Once the mold is received we will check the mold and if the mold is indeed flawed, you will be credited for the shipping charges that you paid, to send the mold back in store credit or refunded with the replacement mold.

Refunds will be in-store credit only or replacement of the mold.

Reasons for return:
Material flaw defects in the mold.

Sculptures In Soap can not be held responsible for the following:
Inability to use certain waxes or soaps in the mold.
Inability to blend colors to achieve a certain effect.
Inability to obtain a desired effect.
Inexperience in candle or soap making.

Please know how to work with your products before purchasing a mold to achieve a certain effect. Because you saw something in a magazine, brochure or store does not mean you can make it. Techniques are very important. Sculptures In Soap offers you the mold only. It is up to you to create a finished piece from the raw materials you use. It's a good idea to know the different waxes and soaps before you buy a mold.

Please bid wisely. If you choose to bid, I expect you to follow through on your purchase, as per etsy requires you to. It's your responsibility to read my complete item description. I am always happy to answer any question you may have before you choose to bid. I want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase, I put everything needed in my item description to help assure this for my customers.

My silicone is premium soft and flexible silicone. I have numerous repeat customers, showing I deliver not only quality, but courteous and quality service. Feel free to read my feedback. I enjoy my work and am in it for the long run. I never use thinners. My molds are long lasting.

My Artwork:

I make every effort to capture and display the digital image as accurately as possible some differences in the images may occur. Depending on various factors there can also be color discrepancies. Please be aware of this as you view this item.

Purchasing my Original work becomes the property of the buyer. Seller/Artist retains all rights to digital images, including the right to reproduce and sell as prints and the right to use for promotional purposes.

Artwork is not Returnable, for any reason, I ship each piece securely packaged. If it arrives damaged, take photographs of the artwork and packaging to show any damage. If you purchased Insurance which is recommended, I will and can add this extra cost before you checkout and pay. The Post Office does offer Insurance at reasonable Rates, Please follow their Rules and Procedures. After it leaves my hands I am not responsible for how it is treated in transit, that is beyond my control. I always do my Best to ensure its Safe Delivery.

I wish you all much success.


Additional policies

Wicking

There are three ways to wick a candle silicone mold:
Wick Centering Device ~ No hole is needed in your mold.
For small candles (such as floaters) you can wick the candle after it has been taken from the mold. Using a hot round object – such as a wick pin, nail, or knitting needle – creates the hole for your wick. Be careful on this procedure as the hot object can cause you injury if you are not careful.
Insert a small sharp object directly through the bottom of the mold (from the inside of the mold to be sure the hole is centered). Some people use wick pins, nails, or knitting needles — anything that is small and sharp will usually do the trick. Silicone is a tight rubber and the small hole (if round) will usually seal itself without leaking wax. DON’T use a knife, it is flat (not round) and can start a tear in the silicone. Which over time, could be enlarged with use and leak wax.

Once the hole is made, you can use:
A wick pin ans then thread your wick through the mold.
You can use upholstery needles (they are sharp and have large eyes) or some people use a small household wire, bent in half.

Thread your wick in the instrument and pull through the hole in the bottom of the mold. The silicone will close tightly around the hole of the wick so you should not have any leaking of wax. Leave a wick tail extending beyond the outer shell of the mold. Attach a wick bar to the wick and place the bar on top of the mold. (Be sure it is centered and pulled tight to hold the wick centered.) Once your candle is dry, remove from the mold, pulling the excess wick through the hole in the mold and cut the trailing wick.

NOTE: If you are making a number of these candles, leave the wick trailing in the mold (already through the hole in the mold) it will save you from having to do this process all over again.

I hope I have answered all of your questions here. If not please feel free to email me anytime.