Swirl Texture Bottle Slumper

$45.95 USD
Item# 806181
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Product Features

  • A stylish way to upcycle!
  • Ceramic molds can be used countless times - for many projects to come!
  • Swirl texture instantly adds a touch of whimsy - add paints or enamels to embellish
  • Measures approximately 16-1/2" x 4-7/8"


Product Description

Create recycled art by slumping and adding texture to a 750 ml bottle or use fusible glass to create this textured bottle shape. Reusable mold can be fired many times. Mold must be kiln washed before use. Swirls measure 1/2" to 2-1/4". See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. Mold measures approximately 16-1/2" long x 4-7/8" wide. Exterior mold measurements listed.
Find firing tips, schedules and bottle slumping FAQ's and PDF's under additional images. These will help answer your basic bottle slumping questions as well as give you tips for firing schedules.

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Pros : I have used this the most. The lovely swirls are so relaxing. makes an amazing candy dish. You get to the bottom and voila!
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Other Thoughts : add colored frits to grooves for alternate interest.
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  •   Easy and Fun
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Pros : Recycle bottles for the good of the planet. Easy to use. The pattern that people seem to like the most.
Cons : Some separator residue left in swirl, but it can be scrubbed out.
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  •   Pretty swirls
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Pros : Love the design of swirls, works well as mold for bottles.
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