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Flexi-Glass medium is a liquid bonding agent that remains flexible when dry. Mix frit, enamels or mica with Flexi-Glass medium to create a flexible fusible film that can be cut with scissors to create fun shapes and intricate embellishments. You can even make your own threads of fusible colored enamel. Make Your Own Fusible Film
1. Liberally brush Flexi-Glass medium mixed with rubbing alcohol onto a clean transfer sheet.
2. Pour either powder or fine frit (or a mixture of both) onto the transfer sheet to cover the now tacky solution. Any excess frit can be returned to a container for later use.
3. Place the transfer sheet in a kiln or oven pre-heated to 200 degrees F for about 30 minutes. When film is completely dry it will lift off transfer sheets. Your glass film is ready to add to your project, you can even cut out shapes with scissors.
Click "View User Manual" to download a complete instruction sheet for using Flexi-Glass with frit, enamels and mica for multiple exciting effects!
Project shown below was created incorporating intricate detail made with Flexi-Glass by artist David Alcala.