Stainless Steel Versatile Slumper

$20.95 USD
Item# 4269
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Product Features

  • Multi-purpose mold, get creative in your fusing projects
  • Measures 5" long x 4" wide
  • Made from durable stainless steel for countless firings

Product Description

Make a glass barrette to match every outfit or to give as a personalized gift. Multi-purpose mold can also be used to make nightlights, belt buckles, to create a handle on fused bottles or anything else you can think of! See additional images for an example of a fused bottle made using thin fiber paper, sold separately. Sturdy stainless steel mold measures 5" long x 4" wide. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown.  Kiln wash before use.

Delphi Tip: To ensure a perfect fit, buy your finding first. Each mold may vary slightly due to manufacturing process. If needed, gently adjust the stainless steel barrette mold as needed to fit the finding.

Project by mold created by Jaime Dobson.

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  •   Handy slumper
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Pros : very versitile, I have used it for a variety of projects from fish tank decorations to night lights.
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Other Thoughts : I only wish it came in a 5 pack so I had more in the studio to use.
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Pros : I use these to slump barrettes, and I make them in several sizes. Each size has a different curve, and although it's pretty easy to adjust, it was time consuming. To save time I bought extras and set them up for the various sizes, because they aren't that expensive. Time is money! I also use Thinfire Shelf Paper rather than kiln wash.
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