Monday, October 3, 2011

More Holiday Fun! Here Comes Santa Claus

This fun mold will have you humming "Here comes Santa Claus".

Shown left are brightly colored parts from the mold. Santa was cast in a variety of colors of clay as were the Christmas trees, stockings and present. Only Santa's eyes and belt buckle were painted. His cheeks and nose were blushed for that 'rosy glow'. Glitter was added to the balls, swags, tree stand and star on the Christmas tree for that fun, holiday sparkle.

Both the Santa and Tree can be used alone for festive Christmas jewelry. The wrapped present, lights, tiny tree, yummy gingerbread man, stockings and bow make cute holiday charms and earrings. Some of the parts, like the light, tiny tree and stockings can be molded and put back to back for two sided designs.

Each mold comes with the measurements of the amount of clay needed to fill each mold opening and a measuring chart. No need to guess, just measure and press.

Also included is a free tutorial to make the project shown on the right. The Santa project instructions show how to make a note holder magnet. The instructions also Below right is a simpler version of the project that comes with the mold.

The Santa alone can be used a a pin, pendant, added to the top of a candy box, etc.

Our flexible molds are made of tough, urethane rubber and are approx. 4 inches by 3.25 inches by 5/8 inch thick.
All the parts are from my own original designs and sculptures.

Our Angel Policy: With the purchase of our molds you have permission to make one-of-a-kind pieces in any quantity to sell at fairs, bazaars and craft shows; However, you may not hire employees to make items from the molds or sell through commercial accounts without permission.
Below are two pairs of earring created using this mold.

Think how well these Cute Wrapped packages

and the sassy Bell and Bow earrings below would sell at a show!.

This mold and other Holiday molds are available on our website Best Flexible Molds. Check us out!

If you are looking for jewelry molds, we have those too!

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