Mod Podge Mod Mold (3-3/4 by 3-3/4-Inch), 25116 Baby Plaid Inc glue top coat craft

8 CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Color:Baby


$6.96
  • Easy to use
  • Shapes can be decorated with craft paint
  • Create one of a kind personalized push pins, magnets and embellishments
  • Perfect for Scrapbooking and Card Making
  • Made of durable silicone
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Color:Baby

Mod Podge Mod Molds are great for creating your own embellishments to attach to any project. The shapes can be decorated with craft paint. With the molds you can create one of a kind personalized push pins, magnets and embellishments.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS(8)

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JMB
December 29, 2015
LOVE this mold! I used it to make mini photo frames and clothes pin magnets for Christmas gifts this year. (See included photos) I even bought a second copy of this mold so that I could make them twice as fast. I made the ones in the photos with the Mod Podge mini melts, but any HI-TEMP glue stick work. Low temp glues cool too fast and do not work. I especially like the way generic glitter glue sticks look. The details of the molds are wonderful. I found that the glue often does not go all the way into the crevices, but I think that adds to the antique distressed look I was going for. Do NOT bother getting the Mod Podge Mod Melter -- It is a total waste of money. It leaks out half of your glue stick between uses and literally brings the glue to a boil and smokes. Your basic cheap mini hi-temp gun works best of all. I have several of the other molds and love them all. Most of the letters from the letter mold fit in this rectangle frame mold from this one. I'm planning on making frames with letters in them for an upcoming project. I will do a silver frame with glitter glue letters on a black background. Can't wait to get started!!
El
October 6, 2014
Size in centimeters and familiar references:
Diamond: 3cm x 2.6cm, -------------- Guitar Pick (slightly shorter, slightly wider)
Sm. Rectangle: 1.2cm x 1.9cm, ------ A Welch's fruit snack
L. Rectangle: 2.5cm x 4cm, --------- Slightly smaller than a dogtag
Sm. Circle: 2cm, -------------------- Smaller than a nickel, larger than a penny
L. Circle: 2.5cm, -------------------- Slightly larger than a quarter
Oval: 2.5cm x 3.8cm, ---------------- A locketish size
Tear Drop: 2.5cm x 1.7cm, ---------- Soda pop tab
Strand: 7.8cm x .8cm
Dot: .7cm

It has a glossy sheen with no major imperfections and works amazing with Ice crystal clear resin. This is the first cabochon mold I've used that has come out with a glossy sheen and what a relief. I'm so tired of painting layers over my resin jewelry because Yaley and Castin' Craft are incompetent. You've got one job, making resin supplies, and you can't do what dozens of other companies do for candy molds? The lack of initiative to improve the product on their part is unacceptable. Thank you Mod Podge, for actually caring how your products function
Side note: this is not heat resistant

The other molds I've gone through:
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Bree K
September 2, 2016
I had a disappointing experience with the Mod Melter and Mod Melts--part of the problem may have been that this mold is very detailed ... Probably well suited for resin or clay, since you have more control over getting into all the nooks and crannies and tight corners, but not so much with the Melter--which is NOT a precision device by any means. The ads make it look so effortless ... you pour the melt into the mold, and it fills it up like school glue (it looks so fluid in their instructional videos), and a few minutes later it's hardened and ready to use--and that's exactly what appealed, since waiting for resin to cure takes for.ev.er. and I am rarely a patient crafter. I loved the idea of having these ready to go in a matter of minutes instead of hours. But the Melt was full of bubbles, it did NOT flow out of the Melter like liquid glue, and the tip of the Melter is too nubby to get into all the tight corners of some of the gears (even my ice resin had to be coaxed with a straight pin or toothpick, so this really is a finicky mold). The resulting shapes looked like something had been gnawing on the edges because of the bubbles ...
Johanna Cormier
June 14, 2015
I love these Mod Podge molds. They come in neat designs and I have used them with a variety of materials, including the melted Mod Podge sticks, glue sticks, gelatin, and moistened sugar.

The sugar experiment was a bit brittle and in several of my molds it couldn't survive the removal. On this particular mold I had difficulty with the birds on branches and one of the doves. I did however end up with a very cute nest, owl, and butterflies for my Easter sugar eggs which is why I had purchased this particular mold.
Paula B Campin
January 15, 2018
I use these push molds with polymer clay and UTEE. I am pleased with how well they work. I do have to bake the mold for a few minutes in order to remove the thin pieces of clay. The low baking temperature holds up well to these molds. The versatility of using several mediums with these molds make them very cost effective.
Miss LD
August 26, 2015
I love the Mod Podge molds! I use them with polymer clay as well as with the Mod Podge Dimensional Magic...they work great. I have had almost no problems with the clay sticking in the molds...only time I have is when the clay is very soft and sticky. By using the free shipping option with my order I got these for less than I would have paid in my local craft store...great deal!! I own several of these molds and I absolutely love them...I wish they would make more!!
Manwyn
May 15, 2017
Neat for cake toppings, I was hoping for something sturdier (i.e. thicker) for steam punk decor, but overall nice molds. The only thing that is an issue is the timepiece in the uppercorner. Its far too thin to use anything but resin or plastics for. Hydrostone and other plasters fail to come put its shallow mold without breaking or disfigurement. But I still like the mold a lot.
mr.&mrs.andyvaughan
August 28, 2016
I do like these..my only problem is the flower that has 3 loggerheads is soo shallow that I can't get them to turn out clear. The other impressions are all deep and they turn out great. However the flower chain is giving me some problems...because you have to get in all those little petal loops so I'm not getting a clean impression. But I do like these maybe with some more practice I can get the floor chain to work.I love the size



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