12" Heart Stepping Stone Mold

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Item# 8375
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Product Features

  • 12" Heart mold is reusable
  • Beveled edges and rounded corners release stone with ease
  • Made of PVC plastic

Product Description

Molds are made with high gloss PVC plastic. Mold feature rounded corners for better release, making stones even easier to create. Finished stone measures 12". 

Supplies are limited. Order early for best selection. All sales of clearance items are final.

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