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1 Dichroic strip
1 Black strip
2 Clear stips
4 Assorted color transparent and opalescent strips
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This item: 1" x 8" Bracelet Strips Glass Pack - 90 COE
Create Fused Glass Bracelets Fast!
Simply trim these pre-cut 1" x 8" glass strips to length for your wrist measurement and fuse. Pack contains 8 strips, including 2 clear, 1 black, 1 dichroic pattern and 4 assorted opalescent and transparent colors. 90 COE.
There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.
A perfect compliment to dichroic bracelet strips, making custom bracelets to wear or give as gifts has never been so easy.
Step-by-Step: see images below
Wrap fiber paper around mold. Secure with copper wire. Balance bracelet strip on center of mold.
Once the ends of the glass have dropped, slide tongs down sides of bracelet.
Carefully rotate tongs with soft pressure to snug each end of bracelet around bottom of mold.
See Delphi's Kiln Formed Bracelet instructional books and DVDs for detailed directions and project ideas
Layer strips with dichroic, aventurine or other exciting glass to create bracelets like the ones shown below by Gareth Seddon and Val Oswalt-De Waard.
Pros : These strips are very versatile. I know these are sold as bracelet strips, but I used them for pendants since they are already cut to the width I wanted. I just cut them to the length I needed. Loved the dichroic strip. I probably will now buy a bigger sheet of it...
Cons : Not really a 'con', but the pack only includes one black strip and two clear strips.
Other Thoughts : Even tho they came in multiple colors, it would be nice to purchase a pack of solid black (or white) or even some streakies?
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