Nano Drops Mold

$39.95 USD
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Item# 77916
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Product Features

  • Create unique cast glass beads for your next jewelry masterpiece
  • Makes 6 beads in 1 firing
  • Made from high quality ceramic for countless firings
  • Finished beads range in size from 5/8" to 1-3/4"
  • Mold measures 3-1/4" x 7-1/4" x 1"
  • Free tips and techniques sheet available - click below to download!


Product Description

The experts at Colour de Verre never cease to bring us exciting casting molds. The Nano Drop Bead Mold is no exception. Easily form unique cast glass beads to wear as a focal point, or join them with jump rings, links or wire wrapping to create fantastic wearable art. Nano beads also make fantastic fused additions to incorporate with Colour de Verre's jewelry designs such as Nano Beads, Pillow Pendants, Geometric Beads, Small Ring Beads and more!

Coat molds with ZYP or mold primer before use. Mold creates 6 beads. The finished beads can measure from 5/8" up to 1-3/4". Mold measures 3-1/4" x 7-1/4" x 1" overall.

Follow the link below to download tips and techniques for creating Nano Drops. 

Download Free Project Guide

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