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BUSOHA Maple Leaf Keychain Silicone Molds Kit- 2 PCS Leaves Shap

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Product description


BUSOHA 2 Pieces Maple Leaf Leaves Keychain Keyring Tag Silicone Mold with Hole and 12 PCS Key Rings with Chain for Ice Cream Gum Paste Pudding Desserts Candy Jelly Cupcake Cake Topper Decoration

Features:

Washable and reusable:
These silicone baking molds are smooth and waterproof, with nonstick feature which ensure the silicone liners easier to clean, allow you to make good snacks with ease and clean easily.

Key rings included:
You can attach your keychain pendant made from the silicone mold to these keyrings, and hang on your bags, schoolbag, or other places.

Heat resistant:
Temperature safe from -40 to +410 F (-40 to +210 C). Safe use in microwave, oven, refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher.

Advantage:
With the help of DIY candy chocolate fondant molds, you can bake with your family members or friends, not only help you to create a wonderful moment, but also help to improve the level of your cake or cupcake decorating skills.

Specification:
Material: silicone
Size: approx. 8.7 x 7.2 x 0.7 cm/ 3.34 x 2.83 x 0.28 inches
Color: pink

Package includes:
2 *Maple Leaf Silicone Molds
12*key rings with chain

Note:
Manual measurement, please allow slight errors on size.
The colors may exist slight difference due to different screens.

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