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Made of high-quality silicone, safe, soft, durable, with high transparency and easy to clean.These resin casting molds are very flexible, easy to remold, reusable, easy to clean.
Offer large space for adding various embellishment or fillers, like crystal, stone, dry flowers, glitter, sequins, pearl pigment, mica powder,or other elements you like.
Wine glass holder resin mold
suitable for different models wine glasses. Wine glass rack hanger resin mold is the perfect gift for those who like DIY making projects. The finished glass holder is an ideal gift for family, friends, wine lovers, colleagues gifts.
How to made a resin mold ?
First: Pour resin into measurement cup, slowly stir to release bubbles.
Second: During the production, you can add glitter powder, dried flowers, beads and other items,use your imagination to create a unique tray mold.
Third: Pour it into your mold and slowly stir. Allow to stand for 24 hours and take it out.
Fourth: After the resin completely solidify, you can release the resin out, and the beautiful coaster is done.
Size: 31cm/12.2inch x 20.5cm/8inch
2 x different shape wine rack mold
Please pay attention to the size, especially the thickness, suitable for embedding thin objects.
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