Tree Of Life Texture Mold

$43.95 USD
Item# 80884
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Product Features

  • Create a lasting impression and give your glass art dimension
  • Durable ceramic texture mold is easy to use and can be fired multiple times
  • Large 12" x 12" mold is perfect for plates and more


Product Description

Capture amazing detail in your fused art with the Tree of Life texture mold. This classic motif is prominent in philosophy, theology and mythology, appearing in art throughout the ages from around the world. The enduring design symbolizes a connection with all life.

To create fantastic dishes and more imprinted with this nature inspired design, simply fire glass on the mold. Once fired you can slump it into nearly any shape to create bowls, trays and plates with amazing detail. A quick and fun project idea. Must kiln wash before use. Mold measures 12" x 12".

Not sure how to use texture mold? Download the free instruction sheet to learn how.

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Project courtesy of artist Stephanie O'Toole of Creative Paradise.

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Pros : The mold is easy to work with and provides a nice finished product with very little work.. A full fuse and a slump is all that is needed
Cons : The mold size is not a true 12x12, it is actually 11 3/4 x 11 3/4. You will need to cut a 1/4 inch off each side of a 12 x 12 piece of glass. It is sometimes difficult to cut off such a slender piece. It would be nice if you did not have to do this and the mold was a true 12 x 12. If you do not do this, your mold is subject to cracking as the glass cools because it has wrapped over the edges of the mold. Knowing this beforehand can prevent this from happening.
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