Business Card / Napkin Holder Mold

$21.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Make something you can use everyday
  • Create a napkin holder or shorten your glass piece to make a business card holder
  • Mold measures 5" x 1-1/2" x 3-3/4" high
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • For projects that release easily use 1/8" fiber paper

Product Description

Create A Gift for the Home or Office
Next time you need a quick gift make something special that will be used every day. Even beginners can create this project in an afternoon. Just cut glass to size and slump over the mold. Use shelf paper, such as 1/32" fiber paper #92809, as a separator to allow glass to release from the mold. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Mold measures 5" x 1-1/2" x 3-3/4" high.

For a design template click on "View User Manual" under additional images.

Delphi Tip: To prevent glass sticking to the mold use a piece of 1/8" fiber paper or one to two layers of shelf paper to cover the mold before slumping.  

Artist Teresa Batten created the project shown in additional images using System 96 OpalArt glass and the projects using Bullseye Mardi Gras glass. Artist Melanie Churchill added an additional splash of color by adding #427869 Fuse Art Decal to her napkin holder.

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Pros : it makes a nice napkin holder, no problems like the others with removal from the mold as long as you use thinfire paper.
Cons : way to thick for business cards, you have to fill it with about 100 cards or they fall back and look like they don't fit.
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  •   Super Cute
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Pros : I made several business card holders and got beautiful this item
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My dad retired and wasnt enjoying the change of pace so I suggested he get back into an old hobby (stained glass) by coming to work with me here at Delphi. He joined the customer service department and brought technical expertise and a passion for customer care that always made me proud to have him here. Along the way, he also got back into stained glass, and picked up an interest in mosaics, fusing and cold-working. Hes since retired again, but cant quite seem to give up his love of tools and customers and finds his way back to Delphi as a photographer during our annual Art Glass Festival event, and as an assistant instructor with Guest Instructor Kent Lauer every year. The photo (at right) was taken by Melanie Churchill during the 2010 AGF reception while dad and I were both cruising the crowd with our cameras. - Karina