Small Round Buttons Casting Mold

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Item# 80785
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Product Features

  • Small size - great for table top kilns
  • Create unique glass adornments quickly from fusible glass scrap or frit
  • Cast four 1" buttons in a single firing
  • Made from high quality ceramic for many firings


Product Description

Create Cast Glass Buttons
Dress it up with custom designer buttons! No matter how you decide to use your cast glass buttons, they're sure to make an incredible impression. Make jewelry featuring your cast glass buttons, dress up a favorite garment, or add fantastic detail to any craft project with handmade buttons.

Fill mold with glass frit, scrap and powders to create one-of-a-kind cast glass buttons. Try combining powders to create a marbled look or accent with dichroic. The possibilities are endless!

Mold allows you to create 4 buttons in 1 firing. Ceramic molds can be used many times. Coat molds with ZYP Boron Nitride Spray or casting mold primer before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Mold measures between 4" - 4-1/2"  square.  Finished buttons measure 1" in diameter.

Mold uses 4 grams of frit or scrap glass per button. 

Images courtesy of Creative Paradise

Delphi Tip: The amount of frit added into the mold defines the shape of the finished piece. For detailed designs, use a generous amount of frit.

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Pros : Handy, good size.
Cons : One of the little nubs broke off with the first use.
Other Thoughts : Used MR97, fired buttons came out easily, but so did one of the nubs. Will use that space for a pendant I guess.
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Pros : Love this mold. Have used several times.
Cons : Must use the spray for it to turn out well.
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