The Fantasy & Gothic Plastic Cavity Soap Mold collection has detailed molds of fantasy figures like mermaids and gothic designs. Use these plastic molds for cold process soaps, melt and pour soaps, or lotion bars.
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.
Bacchus originates in Greek mythology as the god of the grape harvest and was known as Dionysus before Romans adopted the name Bacchus. The Bacchus Soap Mold features a man standing on one foot holding two large grape vines.
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.
A gnome is a mythical creature found in many different story tales. The Gnome Soap Mold features a gnome with a cute cap, a large fluffy beard and a wide belt with a rectangular buckle. He could also pass as an elf for holiday soaps.
The Gothic Square Soap Mold is inspired by gothic architecture that originated in France in the 16th Century, and spread to England and Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries. The square mold looks just like it came off of a European gothic cathedral!
Black jack players and poker players grin at the sight of a King of Hearts playing card. The King Of Hearts Soap Mold is constructed of plastic and perfect for creating soap for bachelor parties or casino themed birthday parties.
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!
Aye Aye Captain! The rugged pirate on this soap mold has a buccaneer captain’s hat with skull and crossbones. A patch covers his eye and a small dagger is clenched between his teeth. You’ll want to listen to this pirate or he may make you walk the plank!
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!
Carved by Paleolithic people 25,000 years ago, the original Venus figure is one of the earliest representations of the human body. Our Venus of Willendorf soap mold is perfect for either Ice Age theme parties or the hunter-gatherer in your life.