The Aloe Vera Soap Mold features a spikey aloe vera plant with three blossomed flowers and the words ‘Aloe Vera’ written along the bottom. We love using this plastic mold with aloe melt & pour soap bases or with cold process soap made with aloe vera oil or aloe vera powder.
This delicate Bas Relief Rose Soap Mold is sculpted in the low relief style that has been popular with artists for centuries. Add a touch of rose fragrance or dried rose petals to your soaps for a romantic nod to classic English rose gardens.
A large calendula flower centers on this rectangular mold cavity with ‘CALENDULA’ written in capital letters above. Calendula is a popular additive in soaps because it has been used medicinally for centuries. Mold soaps with calendula petals or calendula extract in this plastic mold.
Literally translated to mean “golden flower,” chrysanthemums symbolize optimism, joy, and perfection. They’re the November birth flower, the 13th wedding anniversary flower and the official flower of the city of Chicago. Carved with exquisite detail, the Chrysanthemum soap mold is perfect for the gardener, November babies, and Windy City ex-pats.
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.
The Green Man is the face of a man surrounded by leaves and branches that typically symbolizes rebirth and the cycle of growth in the spring. This figure is frequently carved into buildings in many different cultures around the world!
This round soap mold displays hemp with its jagged leaves and the words
‘HEMP OIL’ in capital block letters. Commonly used for melt and pour soap made with hemp soap bases or cold process soap made with hemp seed oil or hemp seed butter blend.
Known for its showy flowers that can grow to 10”, the hibiscus (or mallow) plant is treasured for its ability to attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees. It also makes a darn fine tea! The Hibiscus Soap Mold is a beautiful, exotic option for floral soaps.
Taking its name from the Greek word for rainbow, the Iris has become a symbol of faith, hope, and wisdom. The Iris Soap Mold features a stunning flower and the distinctive leaves carved into a classic oval shape. Perfect for spring baskets or gardening gifts.
These beautifully detailed leaves would be perfect in different colors for a fall event. The Guest Leaves Soap Mold features five different leaf shapes, including maple, oak, ginko, elm, and hawthorne.
In many Asian cultures, the lotus represents elegance, beauty and purity. The Lotus Soap Mold unfurls its petals to reveal a little heart right in the middle, making it perfect for Valentine's Day or weddings.
Two palm trees grow from a lonely sandbar in tropical waters with a warm sun filling the sky. Use this soap mold for making beach-themed soaps for birthday parties or retirement parties and scent it with your favorite beach fragrance.
Not only are peas a delightful garden snack, but they also played an important role in the formation of modern genetics! The Austrian monk Gregor Mendel grew over 28,000 pea plants before his epiphany. The adorable Guest Pea Pods Soap Mold is perfect for gardeners, baby showers, and Francis Collins groupies.