Mini Scrap Master Cast-A-Cab Melt Mold

$49.95 USD
Item# 80917
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  • Designed to work with your favorite Cast-a-Cab casting mold
  • Create one-of-a-kind wearable artwork
  • A fabulous way to use up scrap glass
  • Small enough to fit in a table top kiln
  • Mold measures 4-1/2" x 7" x 3" high


Product Description

Create Truly Unique Wearable Artwork! 
Stop throwing away scrap glass, instead turn your scrap into one-of-a-kind jewelry with this unique mold. Designed to work with Cast-a-Cab cabochon casting molds, simply spray the Scrap Master Cast-a-Cab mold and Cast-a-Cab casting mold with ZYP Boron Nitride Spray and fill with scrap glass. During firing the glass will flow out of the Scrap Master mold into the casting mold to create gorgeous one-of-kind cabochons with color swirls.

Follow the link below to download this Free Project Guide.

Free Project Guide

Project courtesy of artist Stephanie O'Toole of Creative Paradise.

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