Baby Bend It Mold

$28.95 USD
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Item# 806178
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Product Features

  • The popular Bend It Mold, in a mini size
  • Create fun and exciting projects that stand on their own!
  • Measures 4" x 4" x 2" (at peak)


Product Description

Create fun and exciting projects with the Baby Bend It Mold. Clever design makes slumping projects that stand up and get noticed easy. Use to make place cards, mini memo boards, name plates and more. Must be kiln washed before use. Measures 4" x 4" x 2" (at peak).

Bend It Molds come in two different sizes. See both side by side for comparison. Images courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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Pros : really nice and just the perfect size. Its very easy to apply and remove the kiln wash.
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May 09, 2012
Delphi associates are raving about the new Bend It Molds from Creative Paradise. The clever design makes it easy to fuse projects that stand up on their own, and the mold comes in three different sizes, Large, Medium and Small (or Baby Bend It.) The picture frame for mom (top left) was made by glass artist Denise Christmas-Gibson using the Medium Bend It Mold. The Fathers Day golf project (at right) was also created by Denise using the Large Bend It Mold. What would you make with this mold?
Oct 28, 2010
Does using a wider foil on my project make it stronger? Your project may be a little bit stronger with a wider foil since a wider solder line will tend to keep a seam from bending or flexing more than a narrower one. However, its not enough of a difference to be a major consideration in choosing a foil width for your project. The more likely reasons for choosing one foil width over another are as a design feature. You may want wider or narrower solder lines in certain areas of your project. to account for thicker or thinner glass. Youll need to choose an appropriate width of foil to have your solder line remain a consistent width. If you think strength or structure is a problem, some reinforcing other than just a wider foil is going to be necessary. For minor reinforcing, ask your supplier for a reinforcing strip.
Jun 24, 2010
Youve spent the last several days in a flurry of activity getting ready for the show. Reaching, lifting, bending, packing, shoving, sitting for hours during travel, standing in awkward positions while unpacking, setting up your booth, walking back and forth on uneven ground. Perhaps youve even been subjected to extreme temperature changeswind, rain, drafts. In any case, youre finally done. Youve certainly earned a few moments of relaxation, so you reach for a cool (or hot) drink, plop yourself down in a foldout or canvas chair, slump back, stretch out your legs, and survey the efforts of your labors. Now its time to get up and greet a prospective buyer. But you cant move. Pain shoots through your back, your legs and your shoulders. You look and feel like a chick trying to peck its way out of an egg as you struggle to get up and out of your