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Louelle Borders (12.7 x 20.32cm) - Silicone casting mold

Louelle Borders (12.7 x 20.32cm) - Silicone casting mold

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Item code: 655350654665

These silicone casting molds from Redesign with Prima are also called "decor moulds".

The figures in the molds are cut out in great detail, allowing you to cast extremely fine figures and ornaments. Because the molds are made of flexible silicone rubber, they can be used again and again. Because the molds are so flexible, your cast product releases effortlessly once it has hardened.

It is nice to know that the silicone casting molds are both cold and heat resistant. In addition, they are made from food-safe material, so you can also use them for pouring chocolate. We do recommend keeping the molds that are used in your kitchen separate from those in which you use epoxy or clay. In addition to decorating your cakes or furniture, you can also use these molds to pour soap. Finally, because the molds can withstand temperatures of up to 500 degrees Celsius, they are also suitable for ceramic clay.

Below we explain how you can use the silicone casting molds.


Make sure the molds are clean and dry before using them. You can spray some WD-40 or rub some oil into the mold to make it easier to remove the applications once they have hardened. Some people also like to sprinkle it with some cornstarch.


Pour your product of choice into the mold (epoxy, clay, casting resin , ...). Puncture any air bubbles with a toothpick.


Allow your casting product to harden completely, according to the description on the packaging. Remove the figure from the mold once it has completely hardened.


If you want to use the image on a piece of furniture, first make sure that the surface you want to apply it to is grease-free, dust-free and dry.

Glue the application with some wood glue. If you have used epoxy, you can make the cast figure somewhat bendable by adding heat using a hairdryer. In this way, the application can neatly follow the curves in the furniture.

Place some weight on the applications while the glue dries, or use clamps or tape to ensure it lies flat against the surface while it dries. Let the glue dry completely.


You can now paint the applications in any color you want. You can paint them before or after gluing them to a surface. You can use regular wax to protect the paint and possibly apply some gilding wax for a glamorous look.

And you're done...!

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