Garden Bug Frit Casting Mold

$30.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Create 8 pieces at once
  • Mold measures 5" x 6-1/4"
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times


Product Description

Casting molds are a simple way to make beautiful glass art. This molds allows you to create multiple pieces in just one firing. These pieces that are beautiful enough to stand alone or to incorporate into larger projects. Molds can be filled with glass frit, powder, or sheet glass. Mold measures 5" x 6-1/4". Castings measure as small as 3/4" up to 2-1/2".

Images courtesy of Creative Paradise. Bugs act as great detail to be used with floral projects. Daisy bowl created by artist Linda Malone Glover. 

Click here for the free project guide.

Create your own footed garden dish by using this mold in conjunction with other molds, download the FREE Project Guide! Click here to see all of the molds used to create this fun project. Created by artist Stephanie O'Toole, courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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Pros : I had some success using stringers for the details.
Cons : Since the details are created by bumps in the mold instead of dips, fine frit wants to roll off, leaving messy results. Probably safest to just make solid-color bugs.
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