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Sprinkle Mardi Gras Noodle Bits onto you project for a festive splash of color
Great for fusing, flameworking and murrini projects
90 COE Compatible with Bullseye Fusible Glass
Frequently Bought Together
This item: 8 oz Mardi Gras Noodle Bits - 90 COE by Uroboros Glass Studios
Short lengths of noodles in a vary of fiesta colors are a great accent to sprinkle into your work. Noodles measure about 1.5 mm thick. Noodles are ideal for bead making, fusing and creating murrini. Comes in an 8 oz jar. 90 COE. Photo is one example. Colors shown may vary and look darker the that jar, see image above.
Pros : I just received my noodles, and they are exactly as portrayed in the photo. There is a nice selection of colors, and the quality is superb. Delphi and Uroboros provide quality products, and unsurpassed service.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Order this item with confidence knowing that you will get quality, and that Delphi & Uroboros guarantee it! They truly are customer service oriented.
We are thrilled to share with you the Winter 2012 new products from Uroboros Glass. Each of these new products is based on Uroboros unique manufacturing strengths, while adding depth to their most popular product groups. Streamer Bits Glass (all offered in 90 and 96 COE) White Streamer Bits on Clear Cobalt Blue Streamer Bits on Clear Red Opal Streamer Bits on Clear Noodles and Stringers Sprinkles (offered in 90 and 96 COE) Glass Noodle Bits, Mardi Gras (offered in 90 and 96 COE) Noodles and Stringer, Mardi Gras (offered in 90 and 96 COE) Cobalt Blue Opal (offered in 90 COE) Pastel Green Opal Noodles (offered in 96 COE) Pastel Green Opal Stringer (offered in 96 COE) Frit Celadon Opal is now available in all grain and package sizes (offered in 96 COE) View these and other NEW fusible glass products here.
How did you get started in glass? Glass is a fascinating medium. I was living as an ex-pat in Denmark in 2001 when I had the luck of finding a fusing glass course. I fell in love with the technique immediately. I pursued further classes and a masters since, trying to achieve more. I’m also a self learner, I love to study and work on my own. Since then I never stopped looking for ways to improve myself in this beautiful art. Why glass? The first time I went to Murano, Italy, back in 1986 I had the chance to visit glass studios and was astonished by the way the artists worked with the powders and heat. Due to its unique properties, glass continues to be an intriguing material that can reflect, transmit or absorb light. It creates a surprise element which brings eclectic interest to a space without becoming
Of all the art mediums, glass is perhaps the most beautiful way to capture the magic of Mardi Gras. Glass artists in New Orleans, and across the US and worldwide, are embracing the holiday and creating some incredible projects. The Mardi Gras celebration is full of color and symbolism, and provides inspiration for bold, eccentric art. Delphi Artist, Julie Haan, whose talent extends into fusing, stained glass, mosaics and beyond, created the awesome projects you see in this post. Her inspiration? The rich history behind one of the worlds most beloved celebrations. The actual phrase “Mardi Gras” means Fat Tuesday in French. It’s a long lasting European custom for people to overindulge before the sobering beginning of Lent. Some scholars believe the original roots can be traced back to ancient Roman times during their springtime feasting. In the United States, the Grand Capital of Mardi Gras is New Orleans, where