Embrace the rustic charm of the Primitive Mould, where folk elements reign supreme. This mould effortlessly blends with various decor styles, even lending its raw and authentic vintage appeal to modern aesthetics. To truly enhance its character, why not try a touch of wet distressing? This mould would be darling embellishing small decor pieces like jewelry boxes, decor boxes, plates, trays, and kitchen cutting boards. And don’t forget the transformative power it holds for furniture – both small and large.
Seeking to create captivating wall art or plaques? The Primitive Mould will infuse your projects with undeniable charm. Imagine how darling a little birdhouse all decked out in folk elements. If you love the Primitive Mould, you’ll also likely be a fan of her sister, the Pennsylvania Folk Stamp.
Pro-Tip: This mould is overflowing with delicious detail. Make sure to dust the mould with cornstarch and pop it in the freezer for five minutes or more after casting but before releasing from the mould, to get the best results. Resin is a great choice as well to get that perfect casting. If you get a quick-setting resin, you can pop it out while it is still malleable if you need some flex around nonflat surfaces.