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Sea Turtles and Cabochons

Penni Jo's "Best Flexible Molds" $11.96

Free tutorial with purchase!

This unique and original mold contains two sea turtle bezels and four teardrop caboshapes (our name for unusually shaped cabochons). The mold comes with instructions how to mold the sea turtle bezel and a teardrop caboshape. The teardrop caboshape can then be to the bezel for a 'shell'.

Beautiful finishes on both the turtle and the teardrop shells can be achieved first by molding with metallic, translucent and pearl polymer clay. Also effective surface finishes are mica powders, millefiori cane slices, rubberstamping, Steampunk and other fun and fancy techniques. The finish can be high gloss, medium gloss and even matte finish.

This mold is not rated for use with food.

There are six openings in this mold~

Two Sea Turtle Bezels:

One Larger Adult Sea Turtle: 2 1/8” x 2 3/4” -- 62 x 72 mm

One Smaller Baby Sea Turtle:1 5/16” x 1 3/4” -- 35 x 46 mm

Four Teardrop Caboshapes:

Large Caboshape: 1 1/4” x 1 3/8” -- 31 x 41 mm

Medium Caboshape: 9/16” x 13/16” -- 14 x 20 mm

Medium Small Caboshape: 7/16” x 9/16” -- 12 x 16 mm

Smallest Caboshape: 5/16” x 7/16” -- 8 x 12mm

We have measured the clay for you and provided measuring circles and a list

of the size of ball of clay needed to fill each opening.

Materials Needed:

  • Flexible Art Mold PJ048 Sea Turtle Bezels & Cabs
  • Polymer clay in your choice of colors.Bezels for Project Idea pictures on color sheet were made of solid green or purple clay and dry=brushed with Inka-Gold or Heavy Body metallic acrylic paint after baking.  Cabs were covered with millefiori patterned sheet or stamped.
  • Water mister for polymer clay release. Lightly mist mold and tap out excess water before molding
  • Acrylic paint: heavy body metallic gold for highlights and/or burnt umber for antiquing details. Black or other color for eyes.
  • Varnish recommended by the manufacturer of the clay.
  • Your favorite clay tools
  • Optional: Pasta machine for conditioning clay. Penni Jo’s Clay Tools, Millefiori canes or sheets.


Project Idea:

Mold the largest teardrop caboshape. Remove from the mold and set aside
Mold  the largest sea turtle bezel.  Add the caboshape as shown in the step by step instructions. Press the edges of the bezel to fit the teardrop caboshape.
Bake following manufacturer's instructions. Finish as desired.

With the purchase of these molds, tutorials or stamps, you have permission to make one-of-a-kind pieces in any quantity to sell at fairs, bazaars, Etsy, Artfire and craft shows; However, you may not hire employees to make items from the molds or tutorials or sell through commercial accounts without permission.

Necklace and beads done by Cheryl Francis not included in your purchase.  She writes: "I used the flexible turtle mold from Polyclayplay to make beads for Bead of Courage (a group that does beads for cancer patient kids and each procedure they have done) and a necklace for myself. I’m smiling.

I had so much FUN."

Click here to read more about Beads of Courage.

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Free tutorial with purchase!

This unique and original mold contains two sea turtle bezels and four teardrop caboshapes (our name for unusually shaped cabochons). The mold comes with instructions how to mold the sea turtle bezel and a teardrop caboshape. The teardrop caboshape can then be to the bezel for a 'shell'.

Beautiful finishes on both the turtle and the teardrop shells can be achieved first by molding with metallic, translucent and pearl polymer clay. Also effective surface finishes are mica powders, millefiori cane slices, rubberstamping, Steampunk and other fun and fancy techniques. The finish can be high gloss, medium gloss and even matte finish.

This mold is not rated for use with food.

There are six openings in this mold~

Two Sea Turtle Bezels:

One Larger Adult Sea Turtle: 2 1/8” x 2 3/4” -- 62 x 72 mm

One Smaller Baby Sea Turtle:1 5/16” x 1 3/4” -- 35 x 46 mm

Four Teardrop Caboshapes:

Large Caboshape: 1 1/4” x 1 3/8” -- 31 x 41 mm

Medium Caboshape: 9/16” x 13/16” -- 14 x 20 mm

Medium Small Caboshape: 7/16” x 9/16” -- 12 x 16 mm

Smallest Caboshape: 5/16” x 7/16” -- 8 x 12mm

We have measured the clay for you and provided measuring circles and a list

of the size of ball of clay needed to fill each opening.

Materials Needed:

  • Flexible Art Mold PJ048 Sea Turtle Bezels & Cabs
  • Polymer clay in your choice of colors.Bezels for Project Idea pictures on color sheet were made of solid green or purple clay and dry=brushed with Inka-Gold or Heavy Body metallic acrylic paint after baking.  Cabs were covered with millefiori patterned sheet or stamped.
  • Water mister for polymer clay release. Lightly mist mold and tap out excess water before molding
  • Acrylic paint: heavy body metallic gold for highlights and/or burnt umber for antiquing details. Black or other color for eyes.
  • Varnish recommended by the manufacturer of the clay.
  • Your favorite clay tools
  • Optional: Pasta machine for conditioning clay. Penni Jo’s Clay Tools, Millefiori canes or sheets.


Project Idea:

Mold the largest teardrop caboshape. Remove from the mold and set aside
Mold  the largest sea turtle bezel.  Add the caboshape as shown in the step by step instructions. Press the edges of the bezel to fit the teardrop caboshape.
Bake following manufacturer's instructions. Finish as desired.

With the purchase of these molds, tutorials or stamps, you have permission to make one-of-a-kind pieces in any quantity to sell at fairs, bazaars, Etsy, Artfire and craft shows; However, you may not hire employees to make items from the molds or tutorials or sell through commercial accounts without permission.

Necklace and beads done by Cheryl Francis not included in your purchase.  She writes: "I used the flexible turtle mold from Polyclayplay to make beads for Bead of Courage (a group that does beads for cancer patient kids and each procedure they have done) and a necklace for myself. I’m smiling.

I had so much FUN."

Click here to read more about Beads of Courage.

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Turtles, lovely turtles

I ordered this mold after watching Patricia Roberts Thompson video on YouTube. I belong to Az Polymer Clay Guild and we do beads for Eeads of Courage. As I am fairly new and inexperienced at sculpting things on my own without help I thought this mold was my solution. IT WAS and I will continue to use it and share. I picked my own colors and used one that I had been given for some of the shells. I have made 14 small turtles and one large turtle. The results are amazing. Thank You
Posted by Cheryl Francis on Aug 18th 2018

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SKU: PJ048
Width: 3.25
Height: 0.50
Depth: 4.00