Maple Leaves Casting And Slumper Mold

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Item# 77824
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Product Features

  • Cast and slump beautiful leaves - all in one unique mold!
  • Durable ceramic mold can be fired again and again
  • Premium mold features realistic detailing
  • Creates two leaves approximately 3" x 3-1/2" and 3-1/2" x 4"


Product Description

Maple Leaves Casting Mold is Two Molds in One!
Make gorgeous, gracefully slumped cast glass maple leaves with versatile mold. Mold makestwo sizes of leaves. The mold's unique reverse side is an integrated slumper for shaping. Premium mold features realistic detailing.

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. The open, hollow design promotes even heating and cooling. Molds can be filled with glass frit, powder, or sheet glass.

Reusable mold. Includes firing directions. Overall mold dimensions 5-1/2" x 9-1/2" x 1-1/2". Finished size of leaves are approximately 3" x 3-1/2" and 3-1/2" x 4". Suggested fill weight 40 grams and 60 grams.

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

Free Project Guide 

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Pros : Another nice mold from Colour de Verre
Cons : Would like deeper veins.
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