Ornate Cross Casting Mold

$30.95 USD
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Item# 80964
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Product Features

  • Durable ceramic mold can be used over and over
  • Create stylish jewelry, suncatchers and more
  • Create your own glass rosary
  • Mold measures 4-1/2" x 5-3/4"


Product Description

Casting Molds Perfect for Smaller Kilns
Fill mold with glass frit and scrap glass to create one-of-a-kind cast glass cross. Try combining opal and transparent glass to give dimension or add sparkle with dichroic. Kiln wash before use. Mold measures 4-1/2" x 5-3/4". Finished cast piece measures approximately 3-3/4" x 4-1/5". Fill weight 71 grams.

Images courtesy of Stephanie O'Toole.
 

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   A nice little mold
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Pros : Nice quality, nice detail
Cons : A little smaller than I had anticipated
Other Thoughts : I used powder to bring out the detail, then transparent on top, and it turned out wonderfully.
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