Heart and Star Vegetable Molds
Create fun shaped vegetables and fruits.
Easy and fun to use vegetable molds fit over young vegetables to form heart and start shaped vegetables as the fruits grow and mature. The vegetables and fruit growing inside the mold taking the unique shape of either a heart or a star. When mature simply open the mold and harvest the fruit. Slice fruits and vegetables diagonally to reveal the shape of hearts and stars. Ideal for tomatoes, squash, cucumbers and more. Reusable and last for years and years.
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Order: 1 Package (4 molds- 2 stars: 1 long, 1 short; 2 hearts: 1 long, 1 short)
Order: 1 Package (3 long molds- 2 hearts; 1 star)
Heart and Star Vegetable Molds is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sheila from Needs a lot of improvement I used these molds for my cucumbers. They are a novel idea, really cute. However they were a nightmare to use. The cukes grew well, but were so difficult to get out of the mold. I broke two of the molds trying to do that. Then it was almost impossible to get the mold to stay closed for the next round of growth. I like the idea, but they really need improvement. I wouldn't recommend them to anyone unless they are dramatically improved.
Date published: 2015-07-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by SaffronKitty from Worked for me, but fragile I got these vegetable molds last year for our cucumbers. As you can tell from the picture, they worked fine. However, after only a few uses, they ended up breaking at the bends. It's kind of hard to stop them from breaking because you need the cucumbers to get big enough to fill the molds, which makes it difficult to get them out of the mold without bending the mold. Anyway, the molds worked and I had a fun time showing off my star and heart shaped cucumbers which everyone thought were really cool. However, I'm disappointed at the durability of the product and probably would not purchase it again.
Date published: 2015-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by MelliJ from Did not work! I used these on squash and cucumber in my box planters. None of the fruit continued to grow after placing the mold over them. They just shriveled into nothing. So sad....
Date published: 2015-01-05