Hello my crafty friends, it’s Erica here on We R Memory Keepers blog to share with a cute project using the new We R Memory Keepers Mold Press!! I honestly couldn’t believe how fast I got the hang of this awesome Mold Press!! The Mold Press is available at JOANN Stores HERE. Keep reading to see how I made these adorable chocolate treats!
So to create this tasty halloween treat you will need to first start by creating your mold. I decided that I would try some fun items from my local dollar store. I found these wooden ghost that can be used for a tag and layered them on top of each other using a small amount of adhesive. I used a total of 4 wooden ghosts. Then I used the Mold press dimensional alphabet stickers to spell out the word BOO.
The next step is to heat up the Mold press. It’s important to let it heat up for a minimum of 10 minutes before you use. Next grab your Mold press plastic sheet peel back the film on both sides before using. Slide your magnet trey out of the mold press so you can insert your plastic sheet. The mold press is heated up, so now you are ready to place your wooden ghost on the bottom of the mold press. With a quick motion, slide the tray directly down on your wooden ghost. You can now remove the tray and take the plastic sheet out to reveal the mold you created!! It will look like this.
I also made a few different molds out of dollar store items. I found a lip gloss that had a pretty rose top and also a sticky pad that I layered with the mold press alphabet stickers to spell out Happy Halloween. The rose cap I used the Mold Press clay to place inside the cap to make it sturdy when creating the mold.
The last steps are to melt your favorite chocolates and pour into your molds. Place inside your refrigerator for about 30 min or until hard. Then you can carefully remove the chocolate from the mold and enjoy!
Now you are ready to create a “boo basket” and gift to friend or a neighbor! The possibilities are endless with the We R Memory Keepers Mold Press. I look forward to making some more crafty projects with all the molds I made! I hope that I have inspired you to give it a try.
Happy crafting, Erica