Wow! I’ll have to admit I was surprised by how fast the response was for this challenge. Your pictures and reasons for choosing soap molds were fun to read and review. I think our readers enjoy Halloween as much as I do!
Here are all the pictures and reasons to use these fun molds! While I did receive multiple entries for the same mold, the Jell-O Jigglers Halloween Mold, the reasons for these molds vary from person to person!
I hope you enjoy the inspiration from these wonderful molds! Thank you to all the participants for taking the time to send in great pictures of your molds!
Name of Mold: “Jell-O Jigglers” Halloween Mold
Why I chose it:
1) It makes great Halloween Jell-O Jigglers.
2) It has five different designs in one mold: Bat, Ghost, Pumpkin, Black Cat, and Witch’s Head.
3) It has nice details in the mold.
4) It was free 🙂 and came in a pack of 2 molds, so I can keep one for Jell-O and use one for soap!
I haven’t tried this yet, but will do it sometime in the next week or so.
I loved using my Bone Chiller Skulls and Crossbones Ice Cube Tray from Fred. I used M&P soap and some nite-glow powder to make them glow in the dark! They are great novelty soaps! Kids love them, I love them!
I got these Jello Molds YEARS ago for buying packages of jello at the grocery store. I’ve used them to make melt and pour soap and Bath bombs for Halloween! They look SO cute!
Great blog topic! I’ve been picking up Halloween molds since last month and they’re all quite unique. I’ve taken pictures of my two favorite ones and included pictures of finished soap, too. (I also have a couple of different pumpkin molds.)
When I heard of skeleton ice cube trays at the local Dollar Tree (yay for cheap, cool stuff!), I knew I had to have some. I was skeptical that the skeletons would retain their detail, but they turned out fantastic, especially after using some activated charcoal for coloring.
Then, while at Joann’s one day, my friend and I came across the witch hat mold. How can Kinky Witch Soap not have witch hats this time of year? These proved to be a little trickier since the soap was a little thicker when it was poured in and little pockets of air formed in some spots. Despite that, I absolutely love my witch hats!
If it’s Halloween-themed, I’m all over it!
I know these are not tray molds. I was looking for 3D Halloween molds and came across these. This is two of about six of these type of molds. I love how easy they are to use and unmold the soaps. The draw back is that I can only mold one soap at a time. These are the two I used for the beautiful and ugly swap.
I thought my mold would make nice little soapies for the kiddies!