11-1/2" Appetizer Tray

$61.95 USD
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Add Some Fun To Your Next Dinner Party
The shape of this mold provides a perfect canvas to get creative in glass art. See the fun cocktail project design below. Mold measures 11-1/2" x 11-1/2". Pre-drilled; always remember to elevate molds for proper air circulation. Apply kiln wash before use. Images courtesy of Creative Paradise.

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Pros : I have used this mold to make many dishes for craft fairs. You can creat a design or use a single sheet of glass. People love them.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Don't over fire if using a single sheet. Just a nice slump.
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