Monday, July 30, 2012

Time to get ready for fall & winter candlemaking and soapmaking!

It's hard to believe it's almost August!  As always summer has gone by so fast!  It's time to start thinking (if you haven't already) about your fall and winter candle/soap line. We are having a sale this week to help you get started! Also- new molds have been added to the website. Look for our newsletter tomorrow (Tuesday, the 31st). If you haven't signed up for the newsletter, go to to sign up. When new molds are added or we have a sale, a newletter will be sent.  Here's some of the new molds:

Square Cupcake Molds


Fall & Halloween Molds:


Mini Pies for Fall, Winter, & Whenever!


Check out to see all the new molds and for the details of the sale!

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Body Parts Molds

Fun New Body Parts Molds!
Click here for more info:
Fingers, Hands, Ears, Elf Ears, Nose, Feet + More!


Friday, February 24, 2012

Custom Soap & Candle Tarts Molds

Personalized Custom Molds are a great way
to promote your business!

Custom Soap Bar:


Or Custom Rounds which can be used as candle tarts or small soaps:



for more details.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Let the fun begin!

As summer is coming to an end :o( , it's time to get started on your Fall & Winter Candles & Soaps! Experiment with your colors and molds to expand your candle/soap line. The internet is full of inspiration!

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Tart Candles Project

Materials need: FlexibleMolds Tart Mold (our 3" , 5", & 9" full pie crusts could be used also ), Wax Fruit of your choice, wicks, cinnamon (optional), scent, wax for filling

After removing tart candle shell from mold, poke a small hole in the wax and insert the wick.
Add desired color for pie filling (make sure wax is not too hot or the tart shell will melt). Add fruit pieces while wax is still warm. Add cinnamon if desired.

Monday, May 17, 2010


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Projects Using FlexibleMolds

Most of our molds are used for Soap & Wax , however, they can be used with plaster of paris as well! Just make sure to clean out the molds with dish soap and water before using them with soap and/or wax again. Here's a few pictures of finished projects. Check out for instructions.