ð·ãWine Caddy Silicone Molds Set Includesã- 3pcs resin casting molds include 1 large wine glasses holder mold and 2 resin coaster molds. Wine rack mold is the beautiful flower shape, not only the elegant design, but also large capacity, it can hold 1pc wine bottle and 5pcs wine glasses. Besides, the wine butler resin molds set has 2pcs round styles coaster molds. You can make your unique resin crafts with this silicone molds set.
ð·ãPremium Quality Material amp; About Sizesã-The wine caddy molds set are made of premium quality silicone with features of flexible, durable and easy to disassemble. The coaster has a smooth surface and does not need to be polished. The size of flower shape wine glasses holder is approx. 9.8inch, the size of coaster resin mold is approx. 5.1inch.
ð·ãEasy to Use amp; Easy to De-moldã- The wine glasses holder molds are designed to DIY the coaster to hold the wine and glasses. Itâs easy to use and release. You just fill them up with epoxy resin, add some glitters, mica powder, liquid resin dye or dry flowers, dry branches, photos, etc. Then you just need to twist the silicone resin molds and release your creation out of your molds after the resin is completely cured.
ð·ãDIY Resin Crafts amp; Multi-Functionã- Create faux agate slices that can be used to create everything from home decorations to jewelry designs. The epoxy mold for resin can be used for craft projects, DIY making various decorative ornaments, such as glasses storage hanger, stemware racks, agate coasters, geode coasters, bowl pad, dish mat, spoon rest, candle holders, table decorations.
ð·ã Warm Reminder amp; Dotlite Serviceã- Please kindly note that the set of 3pcs resin silicone molds are coming with the silicone molds, not include the finished products. Dotlite will provide worry-free service. If you have any problem, please feel free to contact us.
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