6" x 12" Swirl Texture Coaster Drape Mold

$33.95 USD
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Item# 80501
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  • Create gifts efficiently - make two coasters in one firing!
  • Made from high quality ceramic for countless firings
  • Mold measures 6" x 12"


Product Description

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This mold has been specifically designed to both drape and texture coasters in the same firing! Creates two 5" coasters at one time. This coaster mold features a unique swirl texture to add interest and dimension to your project. Ceramic mold is designed to withstand many firings. Coasters neatly stack on top of each other. They make great gifts for family and friends. See size perspective of mold with quarter image shown. Mold measures 6" x 12-1/2". Kiln wash before use.

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Pros : A Fuser must have. Fuse and slump at the same time to make beautiful coasters. The texture is especially pretty when placing iridescent glass face down.
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Other Thoughts : The coasters make wonderful hostess gifts and a good item for craft shows.
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