Rounded Square All-in-One CaBezel Mold
The All-in-One CaBezel Molds are different from the “Original” series of CaBezel molds.
Use the A-I-O once to create the background or base of your piece. Use it again, concentrating on the inner area to create the cabochon. Cut around the cabochon and place onto the demarked area of your baked base.
Everyone needs the basic shapes and this one fits the bill. It measures 1½” and sits inside a square customizable bezel that measures 2½” x 2½”
|Dimensions||8 × 8 × 0.5 cm|
Dragon's Eye All In One CaBezel Mold
This shape has many possibilities as it can be used both horizontally and vertically. Think polished and elegant or magical, mythological and scaly.
3 More Fab Focals CaBezel Jewelry Mold
There can never be enough fabulous focal bead shapes and based on the popularity of the first 3 Fab Focals it seems that you agree.
Here are three more great shapes 3 Fab Focals #2. The surface of the cabochon is big enough to use silk screens.
Flexible Silicone Bead Molds
3 different flexible silicone bead molds to choose from.
These gorgeous molds have been curated with an artistic eye and are hand poured by local artist Maggie Murdoch.
These molds produce voluptuous over sized clay beads. Use any of them on their own as a focal bead or group them together to make a statement.
Made of high quality, flexible silicone. Sold individually or purchase all 3 together and save 15% More info below.
Can be used with different materials: Polymer clay Cernit, Darwi Classic, Darwi Terracotta, Darwi Beton, Darwi Roc, Darwi Kids, Darwi Extra Light.
Holy CaBezel Jewelry Mold-CAROLYN
Our third series of the CaBezel Jewelry Molds! Use this CaBezel Jewelry Mold as a tool to create original wearable art.
We supply you with the molds to create the bezels and the cabochons from polymer clay. You customize them!
Each mold has 1 shape in 3 different sizes. Perfect for pendants, brooches, bracelets and earrings.
You can also fill the baked polymer clay bezels with paper and resin!
Check out this simple "How to" tutorial by 2 Good Claymates