Milky Way Mold's line of dog, cat and animal soap molds includes everything from rabbits, cows, cats, dogs and horses. All of our unique and artistic soap molds have been hand-sculpted and last for many many pours.
This soap mold has three different animal petroglyphs including a turtle, a bird and a zebra. By using a grey mica powder as the background, these African animal petroglyphs really look like they are drawn on a cave wall!
According to Celtic folklore, dragons influenced the lay of the land. It is said that the locations that the dragons frequented are areas with a special power. These frequent paths are known as ‘ley lines’. The Celtic Dragons Soap Mold features two of these powerful wingless dragons in a square design.
A cute cow is the face of the Cow 2 Soap Mold. The cow holds a single daisy in its mouth in this slightly rectangular mold. We love this plastic mold for our cold process recipes made with natural cow's milk.
The Elk Soap Mold is constructed of clear plastic and features an elk who appears to be leaping. Elk, also known as wapiti, are large mammals within the deer family. They have large antlers and are symbolic in some Native American tribes.
Many people have written to profess their love for the Breakaway Dogs Mold, and we’ve also received several requests to make larger bars of those images. In response, Good Dogs and Good Dogs 2 are now available! The Good Dogs 2 Soap Mold features three playful pups including a wiener dog, a pup with his best pal, and a pooch that would like to tell you a thing or two. “Woof!”
Many people have written to profess their love for the Breakaway Dogs Mold, and we’ve also received several requests to make larger bars of those images. In response, Good Dogs and Good Dogs 2 are now available! The Good Dogs soap mold features three playful pups napping, dreaming of a bone, and wearing a stylish wooly sweater.
Fun in the sun equals dirty paws, so clean those mutts and other critters clean with soap made with the Paw Prints Soap Mold. It’s perfect for keeping both two-footed and four-footed house dwellers clean.
Did you know that the term “rooster” originated in the United States? In other parts of the world, this guy is known as a cock or cockerel. His job is to guard and act as a lookout for his flock. Our Rooster soap mold would be a perfect companion to our Hen & Eggs soap mold.
Invite this striking mold into your collection and watch it sneak into your favorites. (We promise there are no Greek soldiers hiding inside.) The Trojan Horse Soap Mold is an intricately detailed, classic cameo horse head, designed to represent the power and grandeur of the ancient equine.