IOD Trimmings 3 Mould: June 2021 Iron Orchid Designs New Product Release
Three times a charm (although we still dearly LOVE our Trimmings 1 & 2)! But the IOD Trimmings 3 Mould might just be our MOST favorite yet. 🥰 🥰 🥰
Pin this post for later as we’ll keep adding project ideas to this post for the IOD Trimmings 3 Mould.
The 2021 June release of IOD transfers will be available for purchase starting in late-June from approved IOD stockists. Click here to find a retailer near you.
If this is your first time using IOD Molds, please check out this post for all the basics.
Seamless Borders, DIY frames, & Decor Embellishments with the IOD Trimmings 3 Mould
Introducing SIX unique, antique-inspired border trim elements that feature beautiful curves, graceful lines, and natural elements.
Unique to this food-safe silicone mold, we created designs that allow you to seamlessly connect between castings.
IOD moulds are lovingly created, finely detailed, and made of super durable silicone. They can be used for all kinds of ‘do-it-yourself’ projects, including home decor, painted furniture makeovers, jewelry making, resin art, cookie and cake decoration, and sugar arts.
Remember, not only can IOD moulds be used on furniture makeovers and upcycle projects, but also in soap and jewelry making and food decorating (think cookie dough, fondant, and pie crusts, oh, my!). We made a few improvements to the new IOD Trimmings 3 Mould.
We’ve also started adding measurement marks to all our moulds. There are several ways you can use them – with resin or in sugar arts… but also with clay!
What’s so great about the IOD Trimmings 3 Mould?
Like all IOD Moulds, Trimmings 3 has a micro rim. This is a small raised edge around each mould cavity. It makes getting a crisp, clean edge along the base of your casting easy-peasy. The micro rim also allows you to quickly smooth and level the back of your casting so it will sit flush on your project surface.
You can use SO. MANY. DIFFERENT. MEDIUMS with the IOD Trimmings 3 Mould. We like IOD Air Dry Clay best, but you can also use resin, polymer clay, cookie dough, fondant, chocolate… just don’t use the same set of molds for both food and crafts because no one likes clay in their cookies 😝.
Check out some of the other new IOD products released in 2021.
- How to Stamp Curved Surfaces with IOD Stamps: Thrift Flip Lamp Edition
- DIY “Antique” Wedding Frame Plus Favors Under $5 using IOD Moulds
- Effortless DIY: Thrift Flip a Silver Tray into Romantic Table Decor
- Spring Decor DIY: Blue Willow Porcelain Easter Eggs
- Valentine’s Gift Idea: Shabby Chic Jewelry Organizer