Sculpey® Polymer Clay Molds
Sculpey® Polymer Clay Molds can be used to create detailed designs in polymer clay. With Sculpey® molds, beginner clayers and discriminating artists alike can produce perfect replica pieces time and time again.
When you opt for Sculpey® Polymer Clay Molds over store-bought embellishments, you'll be able to save money and add the perfect personal touch to any craft project.
Get Creative With Polymer Clay Molds From Sculpey®
Choose from a wide variety of Sculpey Tools™ Oven-Safe Molds, including the following designs:
- - Sea Life
- - Lace
- - Boho Chic
- - Flowers
- - 3D Jewelry
- - Pet/Baby
- - Geo Butterfly
- - Mandala
- - Jewelry Shapes
- - Cabochon
- - Bezel
Benefits of Using Silicone Molds
Flexible, versatile and easy to use, silicone is a popular material for bakeable clay molds. Using molds in your project:
- - Complements polymer clay's suppleness while crafting and sturdiness after baking.
- - Gives you more chances to be creative. You can provide any creation with an exciting, one-of-a-kind upgrade.
- - Makes achieving your desired results easier. Whether you're a beginner or an expert clayer, you can get the look you want in no time.
- - Streamlines your work, allowing you to focus on other parts of your piece. You save time by being able to replicate the duplicate parts you need quickly.
Silicone Mold Crafting Ideas
The crafting possibilities are endless with our Sculpey® clay molds. Some ideas for your next project include:
We give you the tools you need to let your imagination run free. You can find plenty of inspiration for your next creation in our How To section.
Detailed Polymer Clay Doll Molds
Both new and seasoned crafters can create gorgeous baby dolls with our Sculpey® Flexible Push Mold. Whether you're making a new toy for your child or a claymation scene, our polymer doll mold gives you the professional, lifelike results you need. Compatible with oven-bake, air-dry and non-drying clays, these molds offer countless ways to craft clay dolls.
How to Use Sculpey® Polymer Clay Molds
When you're ready to fill your Sculpey® Polymer Clay Mold with clay, start by properly conditioning your material. You can use all of the Sculpey oven-safe molds with either Liquid Sculpey or Sculpey polymer clay. Next, follow these steps:
- - Fill every crevice and detailed area of the mold with polymer clay. You may find that as you push the clay down into the cavities, little pieces tend to stick to your fingers. If this happens, simply roll your finger off the clay as opposed to pulling straight up.
- - Once you've filled the crevices with enough clay, carefully press down with your fingers or thumb to ensure all bits of clay are fully fused.
- - Remove excess clay from the back of the mold using a blade — you may need to use a needle tool for the fine detail areas. When working with a knife, it's better to chip away at the excess clay with several shallow passes rather than one big slice. You may find that the blade pulls clay out of the shallower areas of the mold. If this happens, push the stray pieces back in.
- - Check to make sure there are no stray bits of clay clinging to the mold's face. If not, you're almost ready for baking!
Instead of baking your clay inside the mold, you can gently flex the silicone to pop out your design. You can also adhere the clay to a glossy surface before gently peeling the mold away. Then, bake as usual and enjoy your piece.
How to Bake With Sculpey® Silicone Bakeable Molds
If you're using Sculpey® silicone bakeable molds, always follow the directions on the package. Baking requirements will vary depending on the type of Sculpey® clay you use for your project:
- - Sculpey® III: Bake at 275 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes for every 1/4 inch of thickness.
- - Liquid Sculpey®: Bake at 275 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 to 30 minutes.
- - Sculpey Premo™: Bake at 275 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes for every 1/4 inch of thickness.
Order Sculpey® Polymer Clay Molds Online Today
Sculpey® Polymer Clay Molds make for a fun, mess-free project you'll treasure for years to come. Molds are a popular choice for working with polymer clay due to their flexibility and ease of use. Sculpey® oven-bake polymer clay was first created in the 1960s. Since then, we've watched as Sculpey® products surged in popularity, creating an entire culture of retreats, newsgroups, conferences and websites.
Ready to get started? Pick out your favorite Sculpey® Polymer Clay Mold today or contact a Sculpey® representative for more information about how to use molds with polymer clay.