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This elegant tea rose is depicted in perfect bloom (8×9cm). Bring the summer and the sunshine to your project with this blousy floral adornment.
An addition that will give instant impact and is super easy to use?
Woodubend mouldings are the perfect solution: they are available in many beautiful designs, so there are plenty to choose from.
WoodUbend is a range of decorative wooden mouldings.
When cool they are just like wood, but when you apply heat, that’s when the magic happens.
The main ingredients in WoodUbend are wood pulp and resin. When heat is applied it becomes bendable and flexible without losing any of its intricate detailing.
In its pliable and malleable state, WoodUbend is ready to adhere to your chosen project and it will follow the contour of the surface, allowing it to bend over curves and corners.
The WoodUbend moulding will stick down quickly, with no need to tape it in place. It will make full direct contact with the surfaces, which means there is no need for any gap fillers.
TOP TIP: Cut the designs to make your own unique creations. Never throw a piece of WoodUbend away — it will always come in handy.
WoodUbend are a small, energetic and vibrant company situated in the North of England, with manufacturing plants in central Europe. Their sister company, Posh Chalk Interiors of Leeds, is run by Solly Jo Lewis, who has a wealth of experience in crafts and upcycling, and is well-known to many artisans, including a worldwide community, through her entertaining live programs on Facebook.
The WoodUbend story started just a few years ago, when Solly Jo came across a new manufacturing process and realised the potential for what it offered. Bringing the concept back to the UK, and starting with a small range of designs, they sold their first moulding at the end of October 2018. That small range has now expanded enormously as the range has grown in popularity, and they now export to many parts of the world.
Altogether, there are several thousand mould designs currently in existence, ranging from the smallest embellishments through long trims up to large and elaborate designs produced to special order. Some of the moulds used to create these mouldings are themselves made using the latest 3D printing technology.
With expert teams both in the UK and at the manufacturing plants, WoodUbend is going from strength to strength.
We only ship within the United Kingdom.
All orders are sent via Royal Mail.
'Standard delivery' means Royal Mail second class. The expected delivery timescale for this is 2–3 working days.
'Express delivery' means Royal Mail first class. This is expected to arrive in 1–2 working days.
The charge for delivery is based on the service (standard or express) and on the weight of the parcel.
Delivery starts at £3.95 for standard, and £4.95 for express. As a guide, if your order is heavier than two 500ml pots of paint then it will probably move up to a higher price band.
Orders placed before midday on weekdays (other than bank holidays), or before 10am on Saturdays, will be dispatched on the same day.
Orders received after that will be dispatched the next working day.
If, for any reason, this will not be possible, this will be clearly shown in a banner message at the top of the site.
You will notified by email when your order has been dispatched.
If you need your order more quickly, or have any other special requirements, please do let me know. For example, you may have missed the cutoff for same-day dispatch, or you may want your order to be tracked, or signed for, or to be guaranteed next day.
The best thing is to telephone me. The number is at the bottom of the page. If I am unable to take the call, please leave a message and I will call you back as soon as I can.
If I can help, I will!
Small, non-fragile items such as roller sleeves or paintbrushes are generally sent in padded envelopes.
Other items are carefully packed in sturdy cardboard boxes and clearly marked as fragile.
We take great pride in the quality of our packing, and so far (touch wood!) we have had no instances where orders have suffered damage in transit.
Please see our full shipping policy for additional information.