Monday, August 30, 2010

LONG POST: DESTASH SALE!



I posted many, many, many posts ago that I was going to be destashing and purging some tools that I no longer need or use. Well, that time has come, and this is the perfect opportunity for budding soap and candle makers and pros alike to get some good deals while the gettin's good. I have molds galore that I need a good home. All of these molds were gently or never used. Here's how it works: I'll list the description, where I purchased it, what I originally paid for it, and what I'm selling it for. The collage is actual pics of actual soaps or candles I've made using these molds to give you an idea of what I'm selling. I'm open to all reasonable offers, and shipping will be determined based on quantity. I'll send you a paypal invoice, so if you are interested in something, please e-mail me at thesoapseduction@verizon.net. As things sell, I'll mark them sold in BOLD, BRIGHT PRINT. I'll keep a link to this post on the side bar in case you want to come back to it later.
  •  Halloween 3-cavity mold by Milky Way Molds. Each cavity is about 5 oz. Purchased from Wholesale Supplies Plus (WSP). I paid $7.95 for it. I'm offering it for $3.00.
  • 4-cavity scallop heart plastic mold purchased from Go Planet Earth (GPE). Each cavity is about 2 oz. I paid about $5.00 for it, and I'm offering it for $2.00.
  • Geisha 3-cavity mold by Milky Way Molds purchased from either WSP or Brambleberry. Each cavity is about 5.5 oz. I paid $7.50 for it, and I'm offering it for $3.00.
  • Playing card mold by Mold Market purchased from GPE. Each cavity is shaped like a playing card with all 4 suits on them, and they weigh about 5.5-6 oz each. I paid about $7.50 for it, and I'm offering it for $3.00.
  • Thanksgiving-themed, 4-cavity mold by Milky Way Molds: 2 turkeys and 2 pumpkins. Each cavity is about 3 oz, and I purchased it from WSP. I paid $7.50 for it, and I'm offering it for $3.00  ·         Expectant Mother 4-Cavity Mold-African American. Purchased from Chase Molds and made from pliable, heavy duty plastic. Each cavity holds over 5 oz of soap. I paid $14.50 for this mold, and I’m offering it for $6.00.
  • Tea Cup 4-Cavity Mold purchased from Brambleberry. Each cavity holds over 5 oz of soap and is made from flexible, heavy duty plastic, these molds were purchased for $11.00, and I’m offering it for $4.00.
  • Cupcake 4-Cavity Mold purchased from Brambleberry. Each cavity holds 4.5 oz or more of soap and is made from flexible, heavy duty plastic, these molds were purchased for $11.00, and I’m offering it for $4.00. 
  • 3-Cavity Purse or Pocketbook mold purchased from WSP. Each cavity holds about 4 oz or more of soap and is made of plastic. I paid $7.95 for it, and I’m offering it for $3.00. 
  •  4-Cavity Heart Mold with word “Queen” etched in the middle. Purchased from Chase Molds and is made from flexible, heavy duty plastic. Each cavity holds about 4 oz of soap. I paid $14.50 for this mold, and I’m offering it for $5.00. Why only $5.00? While it’s a great mold, it’s a little on the flat side for my taste which is why I no longer use it. 
  • 3-Cavity dog (retriever) sitting in grass mold purchased from WSP. Each cavity holds about 5 oz or more of soap and is made of plastic. I paid $7.95 for it, and I’m offering it for $4.00.
  • Candle/Tart Warmer combo: I have 5 of these-unopened and never used. They are white and comes with a base for your candle and a bowl to burn wax tarts in. I bought these many years ago from Candles and Supplies. I can’t remember what I paid for them, but they normally retail for at least $12.95 or more, and I’m offering them for $7.50-a steal in my humble opinionJ.
  • Heart-shaped metal pillar mold for candle making. I never could master this fete, so I’m offering it for $3.50. I got it from Cierra Candles before they closed shop. I can’t remember the original purchase price. 
  • Silicone muffin mold. Makes realistic muffin-shaped candles or soaps. I paid about $19.95 from Candles and Supplies, and I’m offering it for $6.00
  • 4-Season soap mold. Purchased from WSP and made from plastic. Each cavity represents the 4 seasons and has the Chinese symbols above the seasonal name. Each cavity is about 3-3.5 oz. I paid $7.95 for it, and I’m offering it for $3.00
  •  Silicone 3-cavity candy mold. I paid about $19.95 from Candles and Supplies, and I’m offering it for $6.00.
  •  2-urethane cinnamon bun votive molds. Urethane is a durable, yet less expensive alternative to silicone. I purchased them from Mold Making Handy Man. I can’t remember what I paid for them, but I’m offering the pair for $5.00 or $3.50 for each 1.
  •  2-silicone rose votive molds. I bought them from Candles & Supplies. I can’t remember the purchase price, but I’m offering the pair for $6.00 or $4.00 for 1 mold.
  •   1-silicone mini cake mold. I bought it from Candles and Supplies for $21.95, and I’m offering it for $8.00.
  • 1- urethane tart mold. Has a hollow cavity that you can fill with either gel wax or soap. I’m offering it for $2.50. 
  • 1-8-cavity chocolate chip urethane mold. I don’t remember the purchase price, but I’m offering it for $4.00. 
  • 10, 2 cavity plastic votive holders. These are for packaging purposes only-not an actual mold. They have a snap top closure. I’m offering them for $1.00 each or the lot for $8.00.
  •   1-urethane cake slice mold. I’m offering it for $5.00.
  •   1, 2-cavity urethane cheese wedge mold. I used these to make mini cheesecake candles. I’m offering it for $4.00.
  •  1 silicone “peeled” orange mold. I paid $14.95 from Van Yulay, and I’m offering it for $5.00.
  •   1 silicone melon bowl. I paid $24.95 from Candles and Supplies, and I’m offering it for $10.00.
  •   1 flexible sheep mold. I’m offering it for $3.00.
  •  1 flexible button mold. I’m offering it for $3.00.       
This is just a dent in my purging efforts. I'll probably do another post soon. If you're interested, please drop me a line-all reasonable offers will be considered!

3 comments:

Courtney R Beard said...

Good luck with your sale Patrice!

Anne-Marie said...

Wow, you are destashing! There's some good stuff in there too =) I hope you get lots of takers.

Leslie said...

I love looking at your soap. It's either to cute for words or they make me hungry..