Sugar Skull Mold - Original Medium - Day of The Dead
|Brand||Mexican Sugar Skulls|
|Color||Clear Plastic Mold, Blue Instruction Card|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||12 x 9 x 4 inches|
|Number of Pieces||1|
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- 1 piece, 2 cavities per mold Flat back
- 3.2" h x 2.2" w x 1.5" thick
- Mold Instructions & Recipe Included
- Creator of the Original Mexican Sugar Skull Molds
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Our most popular sugar skull mold! When you need to make large quantities of sugar skulls for school or parties, this is the best choice - 10 pound bag of sugar yields 44 tangerine size skulls. Fastest & easiest to make. Ample space for decorating on the large head. Big enough to use colored tin foil on eyes, mouth and a rectangle on the forehead. Best for 3rd grade to adult. No scooping required. 3.2" h x 2.2" w x 1.5" thick
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I have worked with the larger molds too, but I particularly love this size. They are small, but you can make lots of them very quickly, and decorating them is a lot of fun. Because they are small, there is no pressure to create a masterpiece. If one doesn't turn out exactly the way you wanted, you just move on to the next one. You can also try your hand at different designs. If you want the traditional designs, go for it. You want a pirate, or a blond bombshell, or punk, or whatever your imagination dictates, go for it too!
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