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This item: 1/2 Lb DichroMagic Scrap on Black - 96 COE by Austin Thin Films, Inc.
Save Big with Dichroic Scrap Packs
1/2 Lb of DichroMagic dichroic glass pieces. Odds and ends give you plenty of colors and coatings to choose from, in just the right size for jewelry makers, to add as accents on larger projects or even the focal point as shown below. During firing, a crazing effect appears, creating a subtle crinkle appearance in the color coating, see an example of this in the close-up image below. 96 COE.
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Pros : I liked that the pieces were great for jewelry size art. They were smooth so i could acid etch on them, use decals, or just incorporate them into any project. There was a huge variety of colors also. Most of the pieces were thin but that is great if you are making smaller jewelry pieces and you get more for your money in weight.
Before I was fortunate enough to own a kiln, I used to experiment with all kinds of polymer clay using recipes for faux gemstones. It was fun and inexpensive. While giving a fused glass lesson the other day, I said, "Hey, lets try to make some faux opals." So, we crushed up some green and orange, clear backed dichroic glass (from the Uroboros Magic Box), and mixed in a tiny bit of crushed opaque white glass. We cut two transparent ovals, covered them with Bullseye Glastac Firing Glue, and sprinkled on the frit. We added another layer of glue and piled up some more frit. The beauty of this glue is that you can use as much as you want. I love it for holding the frit on the edges of bowls and glass. The fired pieces looked like opal cabochons. To make the cabochons more opaque, I used my