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System 96 Summer Glass Pack - 96 COE

$51.95 USD
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Item# X5334
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Product Features

  • Bright, colorful assortment inspired by summer
  • A great way to sample an assortment of fusible glass
  • Features easy to cut, machine rolled glass
  • Eight 8" x 8" pieces, 96 COE
  • Glass is transparent

Product Description

Create with colors inspired by the summer season!
Each pack contains 8 pieces, about 8" x 8", of System 96 fusible glass in vibrant summer colors. Perfect for bright sunny home decor or fun festive jewelry. Inspired by garden fresh bouquets and beach umbrellas, these brilliant hues are infused with the spirit of summer and are sure to add a splash of the season to your next project. Glass is transparent. 96 COE.

All glass is clearly marked with item numbers for easy reordering. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.
 

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Pros : Beautiful assortment of colors. The colors that arrived were as pictured. Great price and worked perfectly for the small fusing class I taught. Also purchased the 30 Clear Glass Pack which was a very good deal. Will definitely purchase both again for my next class.
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