Let's Resin: A Review

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About two weeks ago I purchased several silicone molds (affiliate link) from Amazon sold by a company called Let’s Resin.  I would like to note that when I made this purchase, it was not my intention to write a review about it.  Rather, I was so impressed when it arrived that I felt compelled to write the review.  It included notebook cover molds in three sizes, various bookmark molds as well as some rings to bind the notebooks.  The price was under $20 and I couldn’t resist a little treat for myself. It arrived in just a few days and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality and packaging.  

Let's Resin box, contents and brochure
Let's Resin Bookmark and Notebook molds


Everything was well packaged into a cute little box featuring their logo on the top.  Inside they provided their business card as well as an instructional brochure with detailed step by step instructions on how to make resin jewelry and other small items.  Each step contains helpful hints and tips with a section on safety, how to properly dispose of resin, an FAQ and cleaning and storing of your molds.

Each notebook mold was individually packaged.  The bookmarks were all together separately from the notebook molds with the rings in yet another package of their own.  One thing that struck me is how well done the molds themselves were. I have purchased molds in the past that turned out to sit unevenly, as though the mold was not properly done.  It causes the resin to pool up at one end, leaving the other end thin and the end product ultimately winds up being unusable. These molds do not have that problem.

The selling page specifies that the notebook molds are for “Notebook Cover A5, A6, A7.”  This refers to the type of refill paper used for each size notebook mold covers.  I have ordered all three paper sizes and will be trying them out this week to make sure they fit.  You can get those paper sizes below:

A5 (The largest size) – Lined 

A6 (Medium) – Lined

A7 (Smallest) – Lined

If you plan on making more than one of these, you’ll also need more binder rings.  You can find a 100 pack of individual 1″ binder rings here as well as the 3 piece 1″ binder rings here.

You may also be able to find some of these items at an office supply store, though I have not had the opportunity to look myself.  

resin notebook and bookmark molds

If you’re interested in accessories, like dividers or a zippered pouch with holes, I found some that are listed as fitting for A5 and A6.  

If you’re interested in this product, you can click Here (Affiliate link).  I may receive a small commission if a purchase is made.  I was not paid by the company to review this, rather it was a purchase I made for myself and was so impressed with it that I decided to do a review of it.

Resin Notebook Mold