Paw Print Casting Mold

$14.95 USD
Item# 62806
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Product Features

  • Fun paw print design will delight animal lovers
  • Durable ceramic mold can be used many times

Product Description

Cast Something Special
Celebrate the furry friends that fill our lives with this fun casting mold. Fill this unique mold with glass frit and scrap glass to create one-of-a-kind cast glass. Use it to make a jewelry pedant or whatever you decide. Try combining opal and transparent glass to give dimension or add sparkle with dichroic. Apply ZYP Boron Nitride Spray or casting mold primer before use. Mold measures 3" x 2-1/2" x 1" deep. Mold inside dimensions are 2-1/4" x 1-3/4" x 1/2" deep.

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Pros : This is fun. I have made several. I think I need another mold :)
Cons : I have had problems with sticking, I spray it 3-4 coats and no longer have any problems with this mold.
Other Thoughts : I would like to see a cat paw print too. :)
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Pros : This is a nice paw print for an accent or even a pendant.
Cons : These molds need careful application of kiln wash or B/N spray. I have had much more success using kiln wash.
Other Thoughts : Brush kiln wash out after 2 uses and reapply. This is a critical step. Also, be sure to make a bit of a well around the frit: mound the frit into the center of the mold. This will help prevent sticking to the mold.
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