What to do with all these molds?

Portland, OR

I was crusing Craigslist the other day and saw an ad for 200 ceramic molds. There was no specific style of mold described in the ad. Basically it's a grab-bag sort of thing.
The price was cheap enough that even if I never used more than a couple molds I would feel OK about the purchase. Well, curiousity got the better of me and I bought all the molds.
Grand total there is a ton of molds. Literally, 2000 pounds of ceramic molds.
Unfortunately, after loading them, the person I bought them from slipped and told me they sorted the lot when they bought them and their daughter had taken all of the animals (except for a few birds and owls) and essentially anything I would have really been interested in was removed from the lot before the ad was listed.
Now what I am left with is a hodgepodge of molds for things I don't really have a need. There are some plates that I might be interested in (always wanted to make my own dinnerware set) and some steins that seem to be interesting but the rest... well... you know.

So, what can I do with all these molds?

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