Large Shade Drape Mold

$73.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Turns your fused 11-3/4" diameter circle into a domed lampshade
  • Mold measures 10-1/2" wide by 3-3/4" deep
  • Ceramic mold can be used many times
  • Free project guide available - click below to downlaod!

Product Description

Create a Unique Glass Lampshade for Your Home
Create the perfect mood lighting for your office, den or any room in your home. Ridges on the mold will give your lamp a beautiful fluted dimension. Creative Paradise's durable ceramic molds can be many times over. Kiln wash before use. See size perspective of mold with quarter images shown. Measures 10-1/2" wide by 3-3/4" deep.

Make a glass lamp in an evening! Download easy-to-follow instructions. Project guide features "no drill" assembly, fusing tips for glass selection, and firing schedule.

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Colorful transparent glass lamp created by artist Julie Haan. Second pink wave lamp created by artist Jennifer Bonesteel. Project guide and final project image courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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Pros : This mold was so much fun to use and so easy! I found the best result was using a solid piece of glass with a hole drilled in the middle, rather than cutting the circle into 4 pieces. Glass placement doesn't have to be exact. I did one with solid glass ocverage and one with mosaic pieces 1/2 irr up and 1/2 irr down so I could see the different effects.
Cons : Instructions talk about using irridecent glass and the different results of using it up or down. This was confusing to me because it was my first lamp attempt. I called delphi and they explained that you can use regular fusing glass and the irr glass was only an option you could use. Firing takes a long time for both steps. Lamp shade isn't very long.
Other Thoughts : Have fun! Perfect way to use scrap glass!
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Step 1 Cut a piece of glass in any wild shape or size you like. (This piece was just a leftover piece of glass from a stained glass window.) Step 2 Place a drape mold in the kiln. Since the piece of glass may run down to the shelf, it is best to have a piece of Fiber Paper under the mold. (I have used a bisque fired coffee mug for my mold. The glass will melt down around this mold so be sure to pick something were the sides go straight down or flare out, or the glass will break removing it from the mold.) Step 3 Drape a thin piece of Fiber Paper over the drape mold that is about the same size as the piece of glass. Step 4 Fire the glass at cone 017. Step 5 Wash the piece using a soft brush to remove