Christmas Tree Ornament Casting Mold

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  • Create your own fused glass Christmas tree ornaments!
  • Reusable ceramic casting mold will last through many firings
  • Small mold even fits easily into a table-top kiln
  • Finish pieces measure 3" x 2-1/4"

Product Description

Unique mold design creates openings in the casting. Fill pendant molds with glass frit, scrap and powders to create one-of-a-kind cast glass ornaments and suncatchers. The possibilities are endless. Ceramic molds can be used many times. Coat with Primo Primer #48235. Mold size is 4" x 3-3/4". Finish pieces measure 3" x 2-1/4".

First project shown created by artist Stephanie O'Toole courtesy of Creative Paradise. Second project shown created by artist Richard Burns. 

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