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Scroll Molds

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For altered metal. Emboss your own metal with Ten Seconds Studio's Heart & Scroll Molds! In just minutes you'll get an effect that looks like it took hours. Just place a mat (link) on a flat surface and set either mold on top. Layer a metal sheet (link) on top of the mold and rub over it with a Paper Stump (link) to emboss the pattern right into the metal! Use an adhesive sheet (link) to easily attach your metal creation to the front of an album, or cut the metal into any shape you'd like. Molds measure 3 3/4"x1".

Part number: 4000615

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Comment Again, these are great. Again, I have to retreave them from my grandkids when they leave so I can use them.

Submitted Thursday, October 1st @ 09:06 AM

Name
Comment This produces very unique projects. Works easily and is affordable.
Submitted Friday, June 5th @ 10:18 AM

Name
Comment love the designs. but disappointed eith the small size. wish that they were 2 inches longer. would be easier to plan a card design. thank you. keep up the great ideas

Response from Paper Wishes Customer Service:

I'm sure you've noticed the scroll design can be repeated for longer surfaces or cards. At this point this is the size the manufacturer makes but we'll look for more.

Submitted Wednesday, October 15th @ 06:32 PM

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Comment I like th designs on these but the comment above is correct for some molds. You learn after awhile which molds are better for which gauge of metal.
Submitted Friday, October 10th @ 07:45 AM

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Comment Beautiful molds! They will probably work well with polymer clay too. I had trouble using the more intricate ones but I was using a heavier metal that was already in my supply drawer. I would suggest using the metal that is made by the same company.
Submitted Friday, May 16th @ 07:16 AM

 

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