Small 4-1/2" Stand Up Mold

$21.95 USD
Item# 80690
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Product Features

  • Create fused art with legs to stand on, ready to display!
  • Use the small Stand-Up mold to create whimsical ornaments
  • Includes instructions and template

Product Description

Add a New Dimension to Fused Glass
The possibilities are endless with this fun and exciting mold. Create cats, dogs, birds, people and more! The petite size of this mold is perfect for ornaments too! The legs alternate slumping backward and forward allowing your fused glass project to stand up and get noticed. Must be kiln washed before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter and book images shown. Includes instructions and template. Measures 4-1/2" long x 3-1/2" wide, an ideal size for table top kilns. See "User Manual" under additional images for a free pattern and template.

Deer project by artist Dwayne Wentworth. Both the deer and zebra projects are from "Stand-Ups" book #80697. Custom made dog ornament created by artist Val Oswalt-De Waard.

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  •   A fun mold to add to your collection!
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Pros : This mold makes some very cute standing designs. It is very easy to use once you get the hang of it. Some tips that work for me were to decide on my design and cut pieces of foil that I laid on the mold to make sure my dimensions and measurements would fit properly on the mold. The other is that Delphi has a template which is very handy to also use for sizing. I also drew the template on thinfire with pencil and laid my pieces on the thin fire in the kiln. Worked great. Be sure to get the legs even because obviously the piece will rock if they are uneven
Cons : Be sure to get the legs even because obviously the piece will rock if they are uneven.
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  •   4 1/2 stand up-fun!
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Pros : Great mold once you figure out a pattern. At first was disappointed about the size, now I keep coming up with more and more ideas!
Cons : Poor directions. Once you start playing with the mold, you won't run out of ideas!
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