You will be delighted with our extensive soap mold selection featuring our own unique collection of custom soap molds, the entire line of Heavy Duty Molds plus several more categories that are sure to fill every soap making need, whim or idea!
10 lb Wooden Loaf Mold: This beautiful, locally made wooden mold holds 10 pounds of cold process soap....click to read more
Wooden Loaf Soap Molds - See description of 5 pound mold below for details. 10 lb Mold Dimensions: 2-5/8" x 3-3/8" x 35-1/8"
Flexible and easy to use, this mold makes 12 perfectly round bars of soap....click to read more
Flexible and easy to use, this mold makes 12 square bars of soap....click to read more
12 Cavity Silicone Rectangle Mold...click to read more
Size: 12.75" (L) x 4" (w) x 2.75" (h) Cavity: 1 Capacity: 72 oz...click to read more
18 Bar Bottom Insert...click to read more
18 Bar Divider Set: Have you loved your 18 bar Baltic Birch Mold so much that you need new dividers? We understand, which is why we're offering a replacement set...click to read more
Bramble Berry adoringly calls this wood mold "The Best Soap Mold in the World!" This 18 bar wooden mold is made out of top grade Birch Plywood and holds...click to read more
2lb Wood Loaf Mold: Locally made from Baltic Birch plywood the sides and base have a shallow groove notched out for a perfect tight fit. The entire mold ...click to read more
2 Piece Ice Sphere Mold: This fun and inventive 3D mold makes 14 perfectly round soap spheres. Embed them in your soap or just use them as guest soaps...click to read more
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Linda O’Sullivan (also known as Mimi and Boo) creates stunning cold process soap and bath fizzies in the UK. I first came across her soaps on Instagram, via the hashtag #SoapShare. I quickly found myself scrolling through her dreamy Instagram feed, feeling incredibly inspired. All of Linda’s creations are elegant and sophisticated. I love how […]
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