Cast-A-Cab Tear Drops Casting Mold

$23.95 USD
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  • Designed to work with the Scrapmaster Cast-a-Cab Melt Mold
  • Create one-of-a-kind jewelry pendants with ease
  • A great way to use up scrap glass; never thow out your scraps again
  • Mold measures 3-1/4" x 5-1/2"; creates two 1-1/4" x 3" castings


Product Description

Create Truly Unique Wearable Artwork!
Stop throwing away scrap glass, instead turn your scrap into one-of-a-kind jewelry with this unique mold. Designed to work with the Scrapmaster Cast-a-Cab melt mold, this simple casting mold forms your melt into perfect, tear-drop shaped pendants. Simply spray the mold with ZYP Boron Nitride Spray and place under the Scrap Master Cast-a-Cab mold. During firing the glass will flow out of the Scrap Master mold into the casting mold to create gorgeous one-of-kind cabochons with color swirls.

Follow the link below to download this Free Project Guide.

Free Project Guide

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

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Pros : Very nice quality mold with smooth finish. The final product is beautiful, had a nice result the first try.
Cons : Produces a huge cab. I don't have very many customers that like this large of a cab. I hope I can find another use for them.
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