Create bars of soap for those who serve or have served in the Air Force with this plastic Air Force Soap Mold. This round bar mold has three cavities with the the detailed seal of the Air Force on each bar.
Honor those who serve in the army by creating bars of soap with our Army Soap Mold. This mold has the seal of the US Army and has the words "DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY - THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" surrounding the emblem. Great for Labor Day and Memorial Day Soaps.
The art nouveau movement of the early 20th century was actually inspired by medieval gothic art; if you look closely, you’ll see those similarities. The Art Nouveau Tiles Soap Mold was inspired by ceramic tile designs.
Show support for autism by making puzzle piece heart soaps. The Autism Heart Soap Mold has four cavities that are heart-shaped with the detail of four puzzle pieces. Sell the soaps made as part of a fundraiser or sell in April in support of National Autism Awareness Month.
Create a braided ball design without picking up your knitting needles with this Braided Yarn Round Soap Mold. The top of the design is rounded with the texture of each ‘yarn’ strand visible. The bottom of the design is flat so your soaps don’t roll off the table!
Queen Victoria was such a fan of carved cameo jewelry that she inspired a mass-produced cameo trend by the second half of the 19th century. The richly detailed Guest Cameo Soap Mold depicts a striking Roman woman in a beautiful frame.
Queen Victoria was such a fan of carved cameo jewelry that she inspired a mass-produced cameo trend by the second half of the 19th century. The richly detailed Cameo Soap Mold depicts a striking Roman woman in a beautiful frame.
Raise awareness for a special cause with handmade soap or lotion bars made from this plastic Commemorative Ribbon Soap Mold. Color ribbon soap pink for breast cancer awareness, orange for multiple sclerosis awareness, purple for alzheimer's disease awareness, or yellow as a symbol of support for military forces.
Pablo Picasso helped kicked off the whole Cubist movement back in the early 20th century with his geometric shapes and 3-D illusions. Cubism, in turn, influenced the popular Art Deco movement of the 20s and 30s. The Cubism Soap Mold pays homage to both these influential periods with four natural icons including stylized leaves, a flower, and a snail.