Silicone molds for every use
With the growing number of arts and crafts magazines on the newsstand and how-to television programs on the air, many people are discovering the fun and satisfaction of making things themselves. Some hobbyists are creating their own candles. Others are formulating their own soaps. Still others are whipping up homemade candies, cakes and other sweets. Although these crafts may seem quite diverse, they have one important thing in common: they all require the use of silicone molds.
At First Impressions Molds, we offer a wide selection of silicone molds for every imaginable need. Each of these quality products is manufactured using only the highest grade silicone. While our molds are soft and flexible, they are also extremely durable. They are designed to resist rips and tears, and they can withstand temperatures from freezing all the way up to 450 degrees. Plus, all of these items are odorless and non-stick.
In addition, all of our supplies are competitively priced. Whether you are looking for candle molds, soap molds or candy making molds, First Impressions Molds is always first in quality, selection and savings. To see all the equipment we have to aid you in your particular favorite hobby, just use the links to browse our complete inventory.
Candy making molds personalize treats
When you take the time and energy to make your own sweets, you do not just want them to taste good. You also want them to look good. At First Impressions Molds, we understand this. That is why we carry a great selection of absolutely beautiful candy making molds.
Whether you are whipping up candies for a holiday, a special occasion or just to enjoy everyday, First Impressions Moldscan help you give them that detailed, personal touch. We stock molds in enough shapes and sizes to satisfy your every need and whimsy. Plus, all of our fine quality products are built to perform. They can be used to make chocolates, hard candies or gummy candies. With a First Impressions Molds flower mold, the only problem you will ever encounter is that your homemade confections might end up looking a little bit too good to eat.