Tart Mold

Tart Mold
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This tart mold makes small wax tarts or floating tart candles approximately 1oz. in size. Floating candles are great for beginner projects and can be used in creative centerpiece displays or as party favors. Tart molds can also be used for cooking.

Recommended waxes for tart molds:
- Ecosoya PB Pillar Soy Wax
- IGI 4794 Votive Blend
- IGI 1343 A
- IGI 4625

Note: Tart molds are made from steel. To clean carefully wipe off excess with rubbing alcohol and a paper towel. Don't use soap and water as the mold will rust.

For information on how to make floating tart candles click here


Diameter 2.25 inches (top) | 1.25 inches (bottom)
Height .75 inches

Customer Reviews

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Average rating:

(based upon 12 reviews)

Excellent Quality
Submitted on 2015-08-13

Just got these in,High quality, very sturdy. shipping was fast!! made 4 tarts just to try. I just had left over wax after i made some container candles) they look so cute i used eco soya CB advanced ( I just realized it's not the right wax for this,
I tapped it on the counter to release it, came out perfect!!

Omg love these!
Submitted on 2015-05-05

Totally recommend these!!!! I Use them for my business and they are the perfect size for a warmer! Super easy to use. No mold release needed! The wax slides right out and the mold is left ready to be used again! Just be careful the edges are sharp.

Submitted on 2015-03-30

Love love LOVE these tart molds!! They are so easy to use, and I do not have to use a mold release. Careful putting pressure on them when popping them out, as it will cut up your fingers. I found the easiest way is to put them in the freezer for ten minutes, it causes the wax to retract just enough to where you can turn them over and they fall right out. Love these!!

rating if allowed would be a 10
Submitted on 2014-03-06

I used this for the first time I did not use any mold release for it and I use regular paraffin wax all I did was slightly put pressure at the top of the mold be careful though I accidental cut my self once while doing this due to my 2 yr old running into me. I actually thought it was red dye but after wiping it off realized I nicked my self. I will definitely be buying a few more 10 pc sets

I LOVE these molds!
Submitted on 2013-11-15

I used EcoSoya PB and these molds for the first time a couple of days ago. I didn't use any mold release, but I just applied a little bit of pressure on the molds, and the tarts slid right on out. They were all perfect! I highly recommend these molds.

Submitted on 2013-04-29

Omg! This couldn't be more perfect. Just love how easy the tarts come out the mold and how beautiful they look.

first time use
Submitted on 2012-07-19

This is the first time I am using the Ecosoya PB pillar wax. I am really please with the results! I am also using the eject mold spray too for the first time. That is some awesome stuff! I am really glad I decided to try to do tarts and votives with this wax! The color chips come out really beautiful with it. I also put some scents in as well.

So easy, a beginner can do it!
Submitted on 2011-10-23

I am new to candle making and decided to also try tarts at the same time. Using EcoSoya PB, these slid right out without any pushing at all. I was so impressed. I made them last night, and they literally just slid out of the mold this morning. They make beautiful tarts!

Soy Tarts
Submitted on 2011-03-21

I love these!!! Very easy to make...My best results are when I let my tarts cool all night. All I do is turn them over and they fall right out, no mold release used.

release very easy
Submitted on 2010-12-10

I have found on releasing my tarts,all I do is after they are setting up I put them in the freezer for about 20 minutes and they fall right out.

Submitted on 2009-12-13

These are nice tart molds, but make sure to let them completely cool, because if not squeezing them will cut your fingers :)

Great Item
Submitted on 2009-07-29

This was my first try at making Tarts and the molds worked perfectly. Just a little pressure on the outside rim and turn it over; the tart falls out in your hand. Mold release was also used.