Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Christmas Molds

Brown Bag made 4 Limited Edition
 Old World Double-Sided Santas.
Father Christmas #3 in the series
was issued in 1998.   These Santas are
 the only two sided molds made.  The
 front of the mold has a raised image. 
 
 The other side has the depression used
 for making cookies or paper castings.

It's a beautiful mold.  Also, it's nice to see
what the cookie or casting will actually look like.
 
Brown Bag also made paper craft molds.
The 1994 mold below makes 3 1/2 inch stars.
The 1997 Christmas Cut-Apart makes small
cookies or little paper gift tags.
 
Occasionally, I come across molds by
other companies that I just can't pass up.
 The Longaberger Company is known for 
it's fine baskets.  They also made beautifully 
designed stoneware cookie molds.  These tiny 
molds were sold as Christmas ornaments.
 
They make little 3 1/4 inch paper
 snowflakes.  Add glitter dust to the wet
 pulp and they sparkle!

This nutcracker was issued in 1997  by Wilton.
  
  Every year the studio where my daughter and nieces 
studied dance put on the Nutcracker Ballet. 
 Wonderful memories for us.  
How could I leave this mold behind? 

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful and so delicate they are.

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  2. I always love this season when Sherri brings out the cookie molds! What a collection you have, Sherri.

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  3. I have also been looking forward to the Christmas molds. I especially like the doubled sided Santa molds.

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  4. Also glad you didn't leave Nutcracker behind...such a nice collection!

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  5. The molds are beautiful. I like them all. the soldiers are nice and I like them very well. You always have and find the neatest things.

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  6. Oh Jan you are so right, Sherri's cookie molds are awesome. I am going to remember to watch for these in the fleas as I sure do love her paper ornaments. Sherri, any chance you might sell your adorable paper ornaments?
    Connie

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  7. These are so cute and what lovely ornaments you made! Wishing you a woderful Christmas!

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