Olive Texture Bottle Slumper

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Item# 80523
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Product Features

  • A stylish way to upcycle!
  • Turn bottles into a clever serving dish in a single firing
  • Add paints or enamels to embellish the olive branch texture
  • Mold measures approximately 13-1/2" long x 6-1/2" wide


Product Description

Create recycled art by slumping and adding texture to bottles, or use fusible glass to create this textured bottle shape. Reusable mold can be fired many times. Mold must be kiln washed before use.
Measures approximately 13-1/2" long x 6-1/2" wide. Exterior mold measurements listed.

Find firing tips, schedules and bottle slumping FAQ's .PDF's under additional images. These will help answer your basic bottle slumping questions as well as give you tips for firing schedules.

Project shown by artist Stephanie O'Toole, courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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