4-1/2" Square Flower Texture Mold

$18.95 USD
Item# 80544
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Product Features

  • Easily imprint whimsical texture into glass art
  • Ceramic molds can be used many times
  • Mold measures 4-1/2" x 4-1/2"


Product Description

Create fused art with whimiscal style and detail. This texture mold features swirl designs. Place your glass over the mold and fire to capture a deeply imprinted design. Must kiln wash before use. Measures 4-1/2" x 4-1/2".

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Pros : Unique design
Cons : difficult to get fine frit into the design and not scattered all over the design-field.
Other Thoughts : No directions with product, and no tips online when ordering. I just asked support, and was told I fired it right, (Slump) although she also said don't use a piece of clear over it...it may leave bubbles. I sent a picture of the mold and my finished product, no way you would not add a piece of glass...how else would you get a plate! I love it and will make more items, perhaps an impression on a transparent color, and will try this again where flowers and leaves have color on clear glass. Because it is difficult and no instructions, I rated 4-stars.
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