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Melissa the Golden Bough Fairy - Detail of high relief sculpture
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Melissa the Golden Bough Fairy- Detail of high relief sculpture - Soap/Guest/polymer/clay/cold porcelain silicone mold

This is a tool for craft market.
It can be used to cast with wax, it helps to make a gorgeous candle.
It can be cast with resin, a detergent is a must spread inside the mold to prevent from stick with the silicone mold.
It can be used to press polymer clay. This silicone stand for up to 200 degree C.. Polymer clay hobby can play with it. It can be baked together with the clay.
It can be cast with soap to make pretty handmade soaps.
It can be cast with plaster of Paris to make unique home/garden decors.

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Melissa the Golden Bough Fairy -- Detail of high relief sculpture - Soap/Guest/polymer/clay/cold porcelain silicone mold Melissa the Fairy of the Golden Bough, sits on a branch in her beautiful dress surrounded by blossoms. She listens to birdsong while waiting for a handsome gentleman to sweep her into the air and make the romantic evening complete. Overlaid on an oval base, this elegant design will delight those who love fairies, fairy tales and romance. Size: 11 * 7 * 3.2 cm(thickness) 4 1/3" * 2 3/4" * 1 1/4" (thickness) MP soap weight: 147 grams (5.25oz.) CP soap weight: 135 grams(4.82 oz.) Packing: cardboard box / per pc cavity: one cavity per mold Please note: The photo shows a finished soap made with the silicone mold described above. Please note: Soapmaking Tips: MP soapmaking is easier than making CP/HP soap. You can use alcohol to help release bubbles that may form in the soap. If you want to make CP or HP soap using this mold, please make sure you are experienced enough to create a soap formula that will be firm and hard enough
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Color light grey
Occasion No
Type soap making
Size No
Length No
Gender No
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