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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are these molds used for?
    Silicone molds can be used to cast materials into certain shapes. My molds are most commonly used by resin crafters to create keychains, phone charms, phone grips, trinket trays, earrings, and more!
  • What are "shakers"?"
    A "shaker" is typically a resin piece with a sealed cavity. The cavity is usually filled with glitter or "shaker bits" (small resin pieces), and sometimes filled with water or oil to create a snowglobe effect. Any mold that is labeled as a shaker will create a piece that is meant to be sealed. Non-shaker molds will create a flat piece.
  • Where do you ship?
    I ship worldwide! However I am based in the US, and international shipping is quite expensive nowadays, so please consider this when purchasing. All orders will be shipped with tracking numbers included.
  • What are "grippy" shapes and how big are they?"
    "Grippy" molds refer to molds that are sized to fit nicely on a phone grip (1.5 inch diameter). They can also make adorable mini charms! These are smaller shapes, ranging from about 1.3-1.6 inch diameter. ***If your grippy shape does not cover an entire phone grip, you can place rhinestones or glitter around it to make a cute, finished look!
  • How big are pendant shapes?
    "Pendant" sized mold shapes are 1 inch at the largest dimension. They are extremely small, but make adorable tiny charms, necklace pendants, paci centers, and tiny charms. My pendant shapes have even been used to make hair clips and shaker scrunchies/hair ties! Don't be afraid to get creative with how you use these cute little shapes!
  • Do you create custom molds?
    Not at this time. Thank you!
  • Can I send you pictures of my work or be featured on the site?
    Yes, I would love to see your creations! Getting to see what people make with my molds is the absolute best part of the job! If you would like to be featured on the website, please send me a photo of your work on a clean backdrop! Make sure to include your Instagram handle so that I can credit you!
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