Beautiful birds & butterflies come to life on your creative projects with these original, highly detailed, and dimensional moulds from Zuri!
Wings in the Wind: 7.5" x 3.55" x 0.23"
We promised you more dragonflies, and here they are, together with a gorgeous moth. This mold was designed with jewelry making in mind (pendant, brooches). Due to its size and intricacy of design, it is more suitable for use with resin, but for the patient crafter who takes time to go into all nooks and crannies, it can also be used with polymer and air-dry clay. Not to mention the possibilities for lovers of culinary art. Imagine these beauties used with chocolate and fondant, with the added twist of edible paints.
Wings of Beauty: 3" wingspan
The ‘Bee and Dragonfly’ mold pack has been designed with jewelry making in mind, in particular for use with urethane or epoxy resin. The delicate antennas and legs of the insects will stay strong when cast in resin. You can always use polymer clay or air-dry clay with these molds to create a reproduction of the insects’ body and wings, but we recommend the use of metal wire for the legs and antenna.
Butterfly Dance: 3" butterfly height
"Wings of silver, wings of gold, Whispering a spring romance,
As their silent tune unfolds, The fast flutter of their dance."
Yes, we just turned into poets. No, we are not starting a new career. Just feeling a bit emotional, as the beauty of these designs is overwhelming. These stunning butterflies are ideal for jewelry making, but can work wonderfully as part of mixed media projects. Use with clay or resin, the results will be outstanding each and every time.
Blossoming Wings: 5.5" W
Wouldn’t that be magical, if Mother Nature blended the Animal and Plant Kingdom in some amazing creatures, flying around in all their splendor? Yes, it would, then again it would be a lot harder for our team to up the design challenge. This mighty little bird is super gorgeous, inviting us to take a look at her blossoming wings. Ahhh, the creative possibilities! Remember to check out our blog for design inspiration.
These moulds can be used with clay or resin, as well as with food decoration mediums such as chocolate or fondant. When using resin with this mold, we recommend that you apply a release agent first, for example a thin layer of cooking oil spray. When using polymer or air-dry clay with this mold, we recommend that you apply a fine layer of cornstarch, talcum powder or water on the mold before filling it with clay.