Dimensions: 2.5 x 1.125
Number of Cavities: 4
Our Filigree Bee soap mold features a buzzing bee on a honeycomb, adorned with delicate, ornamental details.
Milky Way Soap Molds can tolerate temperatures of 135-145 degrees F. Above these temperatures, warping may occur. Soap is easiest to release 12-24 hours after cooling.
This high quality Filigree Bee Soap Mold is great for for making custom soaps, candle tarts and countless other craft projects. Mold #214
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Posted by Montana Marti on 25th Oct 2017
Last weekend I made my first tumeric shea butter goat's milk soap using this mold and my rectangle mold. The turmeric gives a golden yellow color reminiscent of honey comb. I used Frankincense and Myrrh fragrance, which is divine. Because this is so detailed, I spritzed vegetable oil before I poured my M&P. I don't think I need to but I wasn't sure and I really wanted these to come out nice. Oh they are so pretty! Some turmeric flecks pooled into the bee adding dimension to the detail. I gently pulled the sides of each cavity to break the soap seal, then pushed the top of each mold and swoosh, out they came onto my cutting board. Very easy and wonderful detail. Now I know that I don't have to buy silicone molds, as long as I buy quality molds like this brand. I am so happy with the whole design that I am making 2 pounds of this soap in this mold for Christmas gifts. Thanks!
Posted by Unknown on 29th Feb 2016
A lot bigger than expected! Going to make a BIG lotion bar! :)