The mysterious life and death of the nautilus proved such a strong inspiration of life and spiritual growth that Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote a poem about it. Often used as a natural example of a golden spiral, the chambered nautilus is actually a primitive cephalopod that dates back two million years!
Dolphins have long been known to be highly intelligent marine mammals, traveling in groups of up to several hundred. The beautiful Dolphins Soap Mold illustrates the playful, social nature of these wonderful sea creatures.
Kissing this little amphibian won’t turn him into a prince, but little tadpoles and future herpetologists will jump at the chance to wash up with this cute creature. The Frog Soap Mold is perfect for turning any room into your own little rain forest.
This mermaid soap mold is completely detailed! She has flowing wavy hair and each scale on her tail shines in the light. Her face is soft as she gently crosses her arms against her body. Make magical soaps and lotion bars with this mold!
Sand Dollars are marine animals closely related to the sea urchin. While alive, these amazing creatures live on the sandy ocean floor, often eating sand to weigh themselves down. The Sand Dollar Soap Mold represents the familiar coin-shaped skeleton that is treasured by coastal beach combers.