Delphi Glass is providing this feature as a convenience to our customers who want to save items to their Amazon Wish List. All Wish List items are still ordered through DelphiGlass.com. You must have an Amazon account to use this feature.
Easy To Use
Long Shelf Life
Fast Curing, Uniform Bond
Use to create a quick, strong and nearly invisible bond for direct method mosaics. No odors, no mess, no drying time needed! Non-toxic. An ideal adhesive for glass, ceramic, wood and metal. Sold in 8-1/2" x 11" sheets. 10 per pack.
Step by Step:
1. Cut the sheet or sheets to fit the top surface.
2. Place your glass pieces or other mosaic medium on the adhesive sheet.
3. Using your heat gun (item #73076) apply heat evenly until the No Days Mosaic Adhesive film begins to flow. Adhesive flows at a temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit. For small glass pieces, use a lower setting or heat directly on top of the small piece as shown below.
4. When melted, grout as usual.
Cons : Wasn't as tacky as I hoped. When using the heat gun to melt - bubbles would form and actually move the glass and it didn't dry as clear as I would have liked. Using it on something that you don't want to see through would be best. Kind of expensive too for the quantity of sheets you get.
Heres our list of 5 Favorite New Items from the November 2013 edition of Stained Glass News. In addition to information packed articles, every issue of Stained Glass News features the newest items for glass artists. Read on to learn more about these exciting supplies. 1. Papyros Kiln Shelf Release Paper in Precut 13" Rounds Time seems to be in short supply these days, especially during the busy holiday season. Save time and say goodbye to wasted shelf paper with Papyros Precuts. The convenient 13" round pieces are die-cut to fit your 14" – 16" kiln, so youll never be stuck trimming shelf paper when youd rather be cutting glass and creating. Each piece offers the full benefits of this favorite kiln liner – it holds up, often for several firings, and clean up is a snap. At Delphi, you
As some pick out costumes and prepare for annual Halloween festivities, in Mexico people begin preparing to celebrate Día de los Muertos, the day of the dead. This three day event spans October 31st through November 2nd. Traditions vary from town to town. However, most families spend these three days honoring and remembering the lives of the dead with flowers, decorations, traditional foods and brightly decorated skulls. These are commonly known and referred to as Sugar Skulls. While both Halloween and Día de los Muertos embrace skulls, the scary skulls that are sometimes associated with Halloween dont compare to the ornate and sometimes tasty sugar skulls displayed proudly during this Mexican holiday. Sugar Skulls are funky, festive and a huge trend these days. In honor of Día de los Muertos we encourage everyone to celebrate other cultures and have fun getting creative with an icon of this
Contest Details Submit any animal themed project done in art glass, mosaics, or jewelry. This is an online contest open to everyone. All skill levels, from beginning crafters to studio artists, are encouraged to participate. Submission Period October 16, 2012 - October 30, 2012 (11 59 pm EST) Voting Period October 31, 2012 - November 14, 2012 (11 59 pm EST) Winner Announced November 15, 2012 Prize There will be one grand prize given based on the entry with the most votes. The winner will receive a Delphi Tote Bag filled with assorted animal pattern books, a golden honey stained wooden display box with a 6 inch square opening for your glass art, as well as other assorted goodies. Total retail value of over $85.00. Get Started Enter for your chance to win. Visit Delphis online Artist Gallery to submit your artwork. Need some inspiration? See some of our