Class Handout: Mold Making ~ Silicone Soap Molds

$39.00

by Erin Pikor

This Class Handout is a digital download. Once purchased, you will find the link to access your document on your MY ACCOUNT page.

Have you ever wanted a soap mold design that did not exist or find an object that would make a perfect soap shape but you don’t know how to mold it? This Class Handout will show you how to use 3 different forms of silicone to make 2 custom single-cavity soap molds and a silicone texture sheet.

Learn how to make:

Glove Molds (using brush-on silicone)
Cavity Molds (using liquid silicone)
Texture Sheets (using silicone putty)

This Class Handout provides thorough instructions on all of the projects, plus information on how to build a molding container, as well as a list of Erin’s recommended suppliers (so you know where to buy everything).

Summary of what’s in this Digital Class Handout:

  • Page 1: Cover Sheet with a color picture of the texture sheet.
  • Page 2: Introduction: A description of the different types of molds & the different types of silicone used for each one, as well as a short description of some of the techniques used.
  • Page 3-7: First Project: One Piece Block Mold F(intro paragraph, materials, step-by-step directions and full color photos)
  • Page 8-10: Second Project: Glove Mold (intro paragraph, materials, step-by-step directions, and full color photos)
  • Page 11-14: Third Project: Texture Sheet (intro paragraph, materials, step-by-step directions, and full color photos)
  • Page 15-19: Tutorial with diagrams and pictures on how to make a foam board container to mold your cavity mold in.
  • Page 20: Bonus Project #1: Plaster Block (materials, step-by-step directions, and full color photos for making a blank surface for decorating before molding)
  • Page 21: Bonus Project #2: Cold Process Recipe for Texture Sheets (intro paragraph, ingredients, materials needed, step-by-step directions, and full color photo). In order to use a texture sheet with cold process soap, you need a recipe that releases cleanly & easily from the sheet once it is solid. Erin’s recipe traces quickly, and is perfect for texture sheets. Also on this page are the resources Erin recommends for buying the materials.

Please read about the teacher & find more details in the “About Class Handouts” tab below before purchasing this handout.

A Class Handout is the digital PDF version of the handout for the in-person classes we taught at The Nova Studio. After ordering this PDF-format digital handout, you will be directed to a page that contains links to your instant downloads. You’ll have easy access to all your active Class Handout links in one easy place from your My Account page (downloads expire after 10 days & 5 downloads – so be sure to save the docs to your computer before then).

They will save you a ton of time & energy by giving you accurate, tested recipes & formulas, clear instructions, recommended sources for where to buy supplies relevant to each topic, and any background and/or supporting information. It’s the next best thing to being in a class!

When you buy the handouts, you also have permission to make the products exactly as is (with or without changing them) and you may market/sell them to your customers using our recipes. The only thing you cannot do is sell, post or distribute the information, directions, or recipes in our handouts since they are protected by copyright laws as part of our exclusive intellectual property.

Purchasing these handouts does not include any additional consulting or email support. If you have questions or need consulting, we offer private lessons & phone consultations. If you teach classes and want help creating your own class handouts, please contact us to set up a private consult and we would be happy to assist you. Purchasing our handouts does not give you permission or license to use them as teaching materials.

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erin headshot croppedErin Pikor is the owner of Naiad Soap Arts and a proud member of the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetics Guild (HSCG). With a background in fine art and photography, she began making soap in 2006 with an attention to formulating soaps and bath products that suited her problematic and sensitive skin, but also appealed to her sense of composition and color. She is best known for her award winning soap design, her dessert line of soaps including the French Macaron soap and her body sugar cubes, a no-mess single-use, cube-shaped sugar scrub. Her soaps can be found online and in boutiques around the country. Learn to make silicone soap molds & 5 types of sugar scrubs from Erin.

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