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SILICONE MOULD Chandelier Dangle Lozenge Drop Earrings
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This Chandelier Dangle Drop Earring Mould makes 6 dangling lozenge shapes with pre-drilled hole for adding to earrings and pendants. In our example we've gone dark green for autumn, but you could make these into ice-cool winter sparkle drops for a ball. Each mould makes 6 lozenges ranging from 30mm...
This Chandelier Dangle Drop Earring Mould makes 6 dangling lozenge shapes with pre-drilled hole for adding to earrings and pendants. In our example we've gone dark green for autumn, but you could make these into ice-cool winter sparkle drops for a ball.
Each mould makes 6 lozenges ranging from 30mm to 47mm long.
Fittings not included. We used silver shepherd hooks and 10mm jump rings.
This mould takes approximately 3ml of resin to fill.
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