Three Small Bottle Slumper

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Item# 80732
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Product Features

  • A stylish way to upcycle!
  • Turn bottles into a clever serving dish in a single firing
  • Fits 15" kilns - overall mold measures 7-1/2" x 13"
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times


Product Description

A stylish way to recycle, this mold fits three bottles, or use fusible glass to create your own clever serving tray for snacks. Makes a perfect housewarming gift. High quality slumping mold from Creative Paradise. Pre-drilled; always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Apply kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. Measures 13" x 7-1/2". Exterior mold measurements listed.

Find firing tips, schedules and bottle slumping FAQ's .PDF's under additional images. These will help answer your basic bottle slumping questions as well as give you tips for firing schedules.

Image courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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  •   very versitile
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Pros : Uniform, plenty of length. Just the right width for soda bottles. The neck of the center bottle fits perfectly in my hand (thumb on top, think artist's palette) to act as a handle, if it weren't so heavy it'd be a great cocktail plate.
Cons : the way to get them to stick together, requires that they be pushed up into bottle shoulder area, so the end tends to slump low enough that it doesn't really hold anything in on that end... which can mean snacks spilling out on your table.
Other Thoughts : I was worried this wouldn't work in terms of bottles with different COE sticking to each other, so I've been sticking to one brand of soda per holder, and it's been great. They over lap just enough to form a good bond. I've even been able to use this for single bottles on their own. Keep meaning to try just 2 next to each other, but haven't had a good chance.
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  •   Fun mold
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Pros : Perfect mold for beer bottles. I mixed 1 brown and two green bottles to add some pizazz! Love it!
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : Apply kiln wash often to avoid glass sticking to mold
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