Jolly Vintage Ornaments Casting Mold

$39.95 USD
Item# 77895
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Product Features

  • Castings can be used for a stand alone Ornaments or as an embellishment for another project
  • Durable ceramic molds can be used many times
  • PDF includes firing schedules
  • Overall mold dimensions - 9" x 5"

Product Description

Colour de Verre has taken inspiration from vintage ornaments with the latest addition to the casting mold series. This fresh design for the 2015 winter season is sure to impress. Colour de Verre molds are the simple way to cast glass. Merge the age-old art of pate de verre glass casting with modern technology and contemporary design! Create pieces that are beautiful enough to stand alone or to incorporate into larger projects. Great to use as ornaments or to make a festive holiday plate. The open, hollow design promotes even heating and cooling. Molds can be filled with glass frit or powder. This versatile mold produces two ornaments in one firing.

Reusable mold. Includes firing directions. Overall mold dimensions 9" x 5". Finished size of ornaments are approximately 4" and 5-1/2" high. The two ornaments hold 65 and 75 grams of frit.

Create your own ornaments - download the free project sheet!

For helpful hints to make creating with your Colour de Verre mold even more enjoyable and easy, click on "Additional Images" to download free project ideas and techniques sheet. Images courtesy of Colour de Verre.

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Other Thoughts : One of my favorite molds. Ornaments come out beautiful, needing very little cold work. Great mold!
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