Heirloom Roses 6×10 Decor Moulds™
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Incredible detailed roses just waiting to be touched and sniffed! Use your favorite medium to create these castings and give your furniture, frame, mirror or artwork a boho chic or vintage flair.
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Swags make me think of wedding cakes and birthday celebrations…an instant smile – right! Add these beautiful swags to your home decor to added beauty and that smile factor!
These food-safe moulds allow you to add moulding to baked goods, furniture, decor, even your walls! Pair with the IOD Air Dry Clay for your furniture and decor, or try your own medium.
Take your signs to a new level with the Harper mould! Clean typeset type lettering look. Lower case A-Z characters as well as 0-9, question mark, exclamation mark and parentheses.
Use with our Air Dry Clay and paint. Or try a good quick dry casting resin. Because all of our moulds are food safe silicone you can use to mold chocolate ,( or other food art substance), for edible decor!
Let it snow!! Delightful and unique – each snowflake in this mould will find it’s way into your projects! Because each one is symmetrical you will be able to make two of the same and glue back to back to make beautiful ornaments. Use with our Air Dry Clay, and paint. Or your favorite casting resin. Great for signs, ornaments, decorating jars / metal – the sky is the limit!
Because all of our moulds are food safe you can use to mold chocolate ,( or other food art substance), for edible decor! Think about a white chocolate snowflake topped cake or cupcakes for your next event!
He said, “She has a lovely face;
God in his mercy lend her grace,
The Lady of Shalott.
Well…she is lovely…this Rose full of grace. Enjoy the beauty of this two sheet set of build-able roses, stems, leaves and the added grace of hollyhocks. The largest rose measures an incredible 7″ in diameter, next 5 .25, and so on down the the smallest of rose buds. Leaves and stems are in various sizes as well to aid in creating the perfect image.
I recommend leaving these pieces on the backing and cutting out leaving a little lip around each one to handle as you stamp. Masking is a great tool to use when working with these stamps. Learn how to mask here.
RETIRED January 2021