New Molds

I’m a mold addict.  I am constantly collecting new molds.I’ve recently added some new finds to my (ever growing) collection.

I found these new fruit molds the other day (they’re supposed to be ice cube molds, but they’re totally going to be used for one of my summer soaps.  Already know what I want to do with them).  The citrus mold I actually got last year and now I wish I’d picked up two instead of just one!


Then there are the flowers!  They’re were in the Easter section.  I’m not sure what I’m going to do with this one yet…but I’ve got some ideas.  The best part about collecting molds is I might not have a clue how to use them at the time, but somewhere down the line I always find a reason to use them.


I love this bunt pan mold.  I haven’t figure out what I’m going to do with them…but I’m sure some idea will come to me…actually I do (kind of) have an idea for them for MP soap…


These are going to be used for some cupcakes in the future.  I’ve been wanting some chocolate slices for a while and when I saw someone selling it I pounced.



7 Responses to New Molds

  1. Deanna says:

    Where did you find that banana mold!!??

    • Jennifer says:

      Hi Deanna. I found the banana and grapes at the commissary on the base near me so not sure where you’d find them elsewhere.

  2. mijnzeep1 says:

    Wow, so many and they are all so lovely! Can’ t wait to see your next creations!

  3. Jenny says:

    I keep collecting molds, too, even though many of them haven’t even been used yet! Those silicone ice cube molds are great for embeds, and there are so many silicone baking pans that are perfect for making full-size bars of soap. Cute finds!

  4. You are going to have to much fun making these soaps and I can’t wait to see what you create. =)

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