My daughter loves to play with building toys all the time! She has so many different sets that I am having a hard time finding a place to put all of them! Legos are by far her favorite of all the building toys! So when she found out that there were Silicone Building Brick and Minifigure Molds, she was ecstatic! Why? Because they have so many fun uses. You can make building brick crayons, candles, chocolates hard candies and so much more! And we had a lot of fun making all of them!
Making crayons from these fun mold is so easy! You just remove the wrappers from the crayons, break the crayons in to pieces, fill the mold, and put them in the oven! Easy peasy!
If you thought making the crayons was fun, this might be even more fun because when they are finished – YOU CAN EAT THEM! Yummy! There are several different ways to make chocolates with these fun molds, and when you buy them, you will get the how-to and recipes for free! We made these using butterscotch and white chocolate chips! Delicious!
Another fun thing that you can do with these molds is make hard candy! These would be great for the kids, just for fun, or they could also make great gifts! Fun for everyone! My daughter made the ones you see pictured below! She is 10, so they are not perfect, but trust me, these molds make a perfect piece every time!
I am still having a blast using these molds, and my daughter is having even more fun than I am. You can also make fun soaps, candles, Jolly Ranchers and other things with these molds! The possibilities and the fun are endless!
You can buy these fun molds for under 20 dollars on Amazon! They are super cool, super fun, super easy to use and also super easy to clean! What’s not to love!?! Plus, they would make great gifts this holiday season, for kids AND adults!!
What would you make first? The crayons, the chocolates… Share with me in the comments!!
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