Create eye-catching soap using Milky Way Mold's award-winning line of soap making molds. Our durable, easy-to-use soap molds come in a wide variety of styles, so you're sure to find the right soap mold to fit the occasion. These soap molds are good for both cold-processing and melt-and-pour soap making.
This soap mold has three different animal petroglyphs including a turtle, a bird and a zebra. By using a grey mica powder as the background, these African animal petroglyphs really look like they are drawn on a cave wall!
The Aliens Soap Mold has three different cartoon-like ‘aliens’. One has a triangular face with spikey hair and a mask, the second one has a rectangular face with large boxy ears, and the last alien’s face resembles a boomerang with freckles.
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.
A bald eagle soars on this American Eagle Soap Mold. His wings are outstretched and he carries a shield with one star and vertical stripes. The bald eagle is the national bird and national animal of the United States of America, create a patriotic soap bar or lotion bar with this plastic soap mold.
The word arabesque comes from an ornamental design consisting of intertwined flowing lines, originally found in Arabic or Moorish decoration. The Guest Arabesque Heart Soap Mold is perfect for Valentine’s Day or romantic weddings.
Makes (4) 2.25 oz. Bars
Bar Dimensions: 3" x 2" x 1"
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.
A two-headed snake is featured on the Aztec Serpent Soap Mold. The word ‘serpent’ is ‘coatl’ in the ancient language spoken by the Aztecs, and this word is closely associated with many deities in their culture. Since snakes shed their skin, they are thought to be symbolic of renewal and transformation in Aztec religion.