9" Holly Leaves Dish

$30.95 USD
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Celebrate the Season
Our festive mold is perfect for your next holiday party, decorating your home or making a special gift. Versatile mold can create traditional holly leaves for the holidays, or autumn leaves for Fall. Pre-drilled ceramic mold can be fired many times. Kiln wash before use. Mold 7" x 9" x 3/4" deep.

Finished project by Julie Nelson.

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After I finish soldering, there are little splatters of solder stuck all over my panel. How do I clean these up? Doesnt it look just terrible. You wonder if it will ever get clean. But dont worry, it really isnt as bad as it looks. Any of the splatters that are not connected to a solder seam can usually be removed with your fingernail (after the solder has cooled. ) or a soft stick, like a craft stick (top left). Be careful not to use anything sharp that could scratch the glass. This includes most steel wool (except 0000). Most scrubbing pads for dishes will work, but you should try them on a piece of scrap glass. You dont want to scratch your project now. Any splatters that are connected to a solder seam will need to be refluxed and melted off. Trying to lift it off with your soldering