Large Sunflower Casting Mold

$49.95 USD
Item# 80510
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Product Features

  • Cast stunning flowers with realistic details
  • Ceramic mold can be used over and over
  • Create 3-D flowers and garden art with this versatile design
  • Mold measures 9-1/4" diameter


Product Description

Create stunning glass flowers with the Sunflower Casting Mold. Fill this durable ceramic casting mold with glass frit and scrap glass to create stunning castings that can be used as a stand-alone centerpiece or can be constructed into a flower sculpture with some copper tubing. Try combining with Small Sunflower Casting Mold (#80498) for a dynamic floral designs. Apply boron nitride spray or casting mold primer before use. Mold measures approximately 9-1/4" diameter and creates castings approximately 8-1/4" in diameter. Fill weight 460 grams.

Projects shown by artist Stephanie O'Toole, courtesy of Creative Paradise. Large sunflower mold shown at left of small sunflower mold at right.
 

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  •   Love this mold!
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Pros : I have created many beautiful sunflowers using this mold with both frit and scrap glass!
Cons : None
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  •   beautiful flower
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Pros : large sunflower! great for gardens and as appetizer/dessert plates, like the smaller one, this mold has many beautiful details! use ZYP to protect your mold and keep the glass from sticking and ruining it.
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Other Thoughts : use powder frit on petals to highlight them. then backfill with fine and then medium frit. you can also use scrap glass to backfill
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