The horn of plenty is an ancient symbol of abundance, often depicted overflowing with produce and other edibles. The Cornucopia Soap Mold features elegant detailing and is perfect for traditional Thanksgiving dinners or Harvest Festival events.
Gargoyles were originally created to prevent rainwater from running down walls and eroding mortar on a building, but they also double as creepy creatures that inspire movie characters. Use for your Halloween soaps.
Gingerbread men scared to the core reveal their skeleton bodies in this soap mold design. Create cosmetics well-suited for Halloween or Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) with this fun yet slightly creepy mold.
This creepy collection includes a black cat on a carved jack-o-lantern, a wicked witch on her broom, and a trio of bats. This Halloween Soap Mold is perfect for soaps meant to remove that zombie makeup which seemed like a really good idea at the time.
This terrifying trio includes a skeleton, a web-spinning spider, and a pair of bony hands grasping a gravestone. This Halloween Soap Mold is perfect for cleaning your face after foolishly agreeing to dress as one of the members of KISS for the annual Halloween party.
The Day of the Dead Skeleton Mold is a beautifully detailed mold that represents a sugar skull to honor our loved ones on the Día de los Muertos. Make this mold pop by painting it with brightly colored mica powders!
The sugar skull is a Mexican symbol celebrated on Dia de los Muertos which translates to Day of the Dead. Typically, the skull is painted with bright colors and is used to honor and celebrate those who have passed. This mold is perfect for the holiday or for Halloween time!