Christmas Tree Casting Mold

$82.95 USD
Item# 80533
Availability: Expected to be available June 29, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Mold measures approximately 9-1/2" x 11"
  • Ceramic mold can be used over and over
  • Use with Conical Draper (#80567) and Lamp Base (#806267) to create a holiday lamp
  • Use with Triangle Slumper (#80568) to create a festive dish

Available Substitutes

item: 80493

Product Description

Create festive glass Christmas trees with the Christmas Tree Casting Mold. Fill this durable ceramic casting mold with glass frit and scrap glass to create stunning holiday castings. Apply boron nitride spray or casting mold primer before use. Mold measures approximately 9-1/2" x 11". Fill weight 446 grams.

Use with Conical Draper (#80567) and Lamp Base (#806267) to create a holiday lamp. Use with Triangle Slumper (#80568) to create a festive dish. Draper, lamp base and slumper sold separately. Potential projects shown in additional images. Projects by artist Stephanie O'Toole, courtesy of Creative Paradise.

 

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Pros : One of the most intricate and beautiful molds ever designed by Creative Paradise. Thank you Delphi for keeping on top of the favorite molds.
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