Egg Bottle Slumper

$47.95 USD
Item# 80542
Availability: Expected to be available February 09, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • A stylish way to upcycle!
  • Turn bottles into a clever serving dish in a single firing
  • Designed for 1.5 liter and 1.75 liter bottles
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Mold measures 13" long x 6" wide

Product Description

Create recycled art and slump a bottle, or use fusible glass to create this bottle shape. Deep channel designed for eggs. Reusable mold is pre-drilled and can be fired many times. Always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Apply kiln wash before use. Mold measures 13" long x 6" wide. Designed for 1.5 liter and 1.75 liter bottles.

Blue bottle shown is a 5 liter bottle. 

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Pros : this is amazing. who doesn't like deviled eggs or know someone who does.
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Other Thoughts : use glass paint on the different egg shapes and a clear bottle to make an elegant easter egg holder
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