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Wilton Mini 6 Cavity Flower Silicone Mold
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- Six-cavity pan is 10 5/8 x 7 inch.
- Oven safe to 500°F
- Easy food release and stain- and odor-resistance
- Dishwasher-, refrigerator-, freezer- and microwave-safe; oven-safe to 500 degrees F
- Pan measures 10-5/8 by 7 by 1-1/4 inches; hearts measure 2-1/2 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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Silicone bakeware is oven, microwave, refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher safe, plus can withstand heat up to 500 degrees.
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Create a plate of pretty blue blossoms that look almost too good to eat. Using your favorite cake mix and the mini flower silicone mold, you'll have the perfect shape for decorating. Tint your icing a blue-violet and with tip 2, outline several 4-petal flowers. Use a decorating brush to pull out the petals for a realistic look, then set on a vintage milk glass cake plate to display your beautiful bouquet.
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These sweet little flower cakes are the perfect way to brighten someone's day. The two-tone petals are created by striping a decorating bag with different colors of icing and tip 125. Use tip 6 and darker icing colors to create center dots. Add them to the sweets table for wedding showers, baby showers, Easter or Mother's Day.
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Top customer reviews
Overall it is a neat mold, it does create little trees, it is just a little difficult to clean.
My daughter and I made a little over 44 crayons in these molds and we used nearly 1,000 crayons! That's a lot of crayons, so the work that goes into making them takes quite some time. That said, the crayons turned out beautifully, and all of the children (ages 6-8) loved them. I even received a few emails from parents expressing thanks, and my daughter's art teacher commented on how beautiful they were. We made the crayons for Halloween day (at my daughter's school, Halloween is not officially celebrated and sweets of all sorts are frowned upon--some of the children have allergies), but my daughter wanted to do something special. The wonderful thing about the mixture of the leaves with the pumpkins is that the mold is not specific to Halloween, but more of a celebration of the Fall season.
My daughter (8) also enjoyed watching the crayons melt into a goo and then, as they cooled, took on the shape of the mold. She was just as excited about watching crayons bake as she gets when I'm making cookies, cupcakes, or a cake. She has agreed, though, that the next time we use this mold, we won't have such high ambitions in terms of the number of crayons to be turned out.
I've used some of the smaller molds to do other crayon melting projects, and they have always been well-received. Great item for party favors (even for toddlers since the crayons are so large and non-toxic--my two-year-old loved them), and as special hand-made gifts. We plan to make some handmade Christmas tree and gingerbread men crayons as stocking stuffers for my many nieces and nephews.
PROS AND CONS in a nutshell:
Great detailing on the pumpkins and especially on the leaves, but the mold is rather large (so if you're making many crayons, you're in for a long project), and it's a bit difficult to get ALL of the wax residue off the mold (required multiple washings--but I did not use a non-stick spray, which I'm told does help) once you're finished with the project. Once the crayons have cooled, they pop out really easily. One more thing to note is that the crayons in the center of the mold take a bit longer to melt, so keep your eye on the oven. I'll try to post some photos so you get a better sense of how the crayons look when using this mold.