Milky Way Mold's line of bees, bugs and birds soap molds includes some of the most popular designs in the industry. All of our unique and artistic soap molds have been hand-sculpted and last for many many pours.
A bald eagle soars on this American Eagle Soap Mold. His wings are outstretched and he carries a shield with one star and vertical stripes. The bald eagle is the national bird and national animal of the United States of America, create a patriotic soap bar or lotion bar with this plastic soap mold.
Long before they depended on modern beehives to collect honey, beekeepers relied on skeps. These carefully designed woven baskets were often given as wedding present, along with a swarm of bees! The Bee Skep Soap Mold features a richly detailed basket and two hard-working bees. Perfect for garden soap or a summer gift basket.
Six birds are featured on this plastic soap mold. Each bar contains three different birds, which can be kept as one bar or cut into three smaller bars. One design shows a rooster, lovebirds and bird with a long curved beak while the other design has a tropical bird, a hen losing her eggs and a small bird.
Some people say that when a butterfly lands on you it means good luck. Increase your luck with the five beautiful designs in the Guest 5 Butterfly Soap Mold. These creatures are so adorable they might fly off the shelves sooner than you can spell “Metamorphosis.”
Crickets have been depicted as characters in famous literature works including ‘The Adventures of Pinocchio’ and ‘The Cricket on the Hearth’. Kids and entomologists alike will love the soaps made from the Cricket Soap Mold.
Dragonflies have been around in some form since the Carboniferous period, around 300 million years ago. Back then, they had wingspans the length of a human arm! The Dragonfly Soap Mold represents today's less-intimidating version, the ones that can be seen looking for an insect lunch near a pond.
Each mold cavity features a handsome flamingo in an oval design with flora surrounding it. This plastic Flamingo Soap Mold can be used to create soaps for retirement parties or milestone birthday parties.
An average hummingbird beats his wings about 30 times per second! That translates to a healthy metabolism, which means they must consume their own weight in nectar each day. The Oval Hummingbird Soap Mold is a beautifully detailed depiction of this amazing creature filling up on some trumpet vine nectar.
Sculpted with fine, feathery details, our new Owl Soap Mold features a wise old friend perched on a branch, keeping an eye out for field mice. Perfect for late night bookworms, ornithologists, and Harry Potter fans, this quizzical critter is sure to turn heads with his thoughtful gaze.