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Acorn Jar Resin Molds Silicone with Lid

Acorn Jar Resin Molds Silicone with Lid

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Package 1 set Acorn Jar Resin Molds Silicone with Lid
Material Silicone

5 x 3 x 2.7 inches

Weight 4.2 ounces



  1. Material: The mold is typically made of high-quality silicone or other flexible materials. Silicone molds are popular due to their durability, flexibility, and ease of use.

  2. Pinecone Design: The mold is intricately crafted to resemble the texture and shape of a pinecone, including the scales and details found on its surface. This design element gives the finished resin piece a natural and organic appearance.

  3. Easy to Use: The mold is user-friendly, allowing crafters to pour and cure resin with ease. It provides a smooth interior surface that ensures easy demolding once the resin has cured.

  4. Multiple Uses: The resin pinecone storage box can be used for various purposes, such as storing jewelry, trinkets, or other small items. It can also serve as a decorative piece, adding a touch of nature-inspired beauty to any room.

When using the Pinecone Storage Box Resin Mold, crafters typically follow these basic steps:

  1. Prepare the mold: Clean and prepare the mold by ensuring it is free from any debris or dust. Apply a mold release agent or a thin coat of resin to facilitate easy demolding later.

  2. Mix and pour resin: Prepare the epoxy resin according to the manufacturer's instructions, ensuring proper proportions and thorough mixing. Pour the resin mixture into the mold, filling it up to the desired level.

  3. Remove air bubbles: Use a heat gun or a torch to remove any air bubbles that may have formed in the resin. Gently pass the heat source over the surface of the resin, allowing the bubbles to rise and pop.

  4. Curing process: Allow the resin to cure and harden according to the manufacturer's recommended curing time. This typically involves letting it sit undisturbed in a well-ventilated area at room temperature.

  5. Demolding: Once the resin has fully cured, carefully remove the pinecone storage box from the mold. The flexible nature of the mold should allow for easy demolding. If necessary, gently flex or bend the mold to release the resin piece.

  6. Finishing touches: After demolding, inspect the resin piece for any imperfections or rough edges. If desired, sand the surface to achieve a smoother finish. You can also apply a clear resin coat or add additional embellishments to enhance the appearance.

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Joyce McAllister
Love it

It is one of my best molds !!!!!!

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