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  1. #1
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    Default looking for molds

    I planned on buying the plastic applique mold from GloryBee for Christmas ornaments. I waited too long, now they are a discontinued item.

    I tried to find these in chocalate or soap molds, but no luck.

    Anyone have a source?

    BTW, the ones I was looking at were on pg 45 of the catalog, item 06-01010.

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    Have you looked in hobby stores?
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    Quote Originally Posted by honeyman46408 View Post
    Have you looked in hobby stores?
    Not yet. I had planned on buying them from GloryBee and only looked on-line. Time is short for these Christmas items. This is an annual gift item for me.

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    I was in a candle shop in "Dollywood" and they had a lot of different stuff and the lady I talked to was free with Information about molds and she said they buy candy molds from "Hobby Lobby" and places like that.

    Another thought -- I have been making my own molds -- mostly salt and pepper shakers for candles but with the rubber mold stuff you can make anything you want.
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    Try cookie molds. Zillions of your local stores.
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    I wanted more detail than a cookie cutter offers.

    Thanks,
    Matt

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    not cutters, molds. there's a difference.
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    Try EBAY. I have good luck there.

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