Delphi Studio Holiday Cabochon Mold

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Product Features

  • Made from high quality ceramic for countless firings!
  • Features 8 different holiday themed shapes - perfect for jewelry or as a gift!
  • Perfect for ornaments, jewelry, gift tags and more!
  • Mold measures 6" x 6"

Product Description

exclusive Make 8 Fun Holiday Shapes
Fill cabochon mold with glass frit, scrap and powders to create one-of-a-kind cast glass pieces. This exclusive mold is the perfect way to create unique glass cabochons to celebrate the season. Shapes include a star, bell, angel, Christmas tree, ornament, gingerbread man, stocking and candy cane. Make holiday pendants, gift toppers, ornaments, or include your creations in hot mosaics!
Ceramic mold can be used many times. Coat with Primo Primer #48235. Mold makes eight different cabochon shapes approximately 1" x 2" each. Mold measures 6" x 6". Finish pieces measure approximately 1-1/2" to 1-5/8" x 2". A Delphi Exclusive.

Artist Keturah Esch created the holiday projects shown.

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Pros : Good mold for embelishments for larger projects. Mold releases well this primo kiln wash.
Cons : No real instruction on how much glass to use in this mold. Would be nice for first time users to have some project suggestions. Too small for ornaments and too large for jewelry.
Other Thoughts : Good thing I got it on sale. Thought it would be good for the kids to make gifts for Grandma. So I will give it another try. The failures are using up alot of my supplies, so it would have been nice to have instruction.
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Pros : This mold makes the cutest little trinkets. Let your imagination run wild!
Cons : None
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