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This item: Uroboros Leaves & Branches Glass Pack by Uroboros Glass Studios
A natural, woodsy, selection of shady greens, mushroom browns, and rich loamy dark hues. Perfect for lamps, panels and mosaics, this assortment of streaky and mottled glass provides an array of colors ideal for realistic forests, foliage and landscapes. 8 pieces, 12" x 12" each.
There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example, each value pack is unique. Actual glass will vary from photo.
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
Even More Elegant Lamps to Create. Whimsical designs from the Aanraku Studio are sure to light up any home with beautiful color and design. Includes outdoor scenes, animals, seasonal and floral patterns. Table lanterns are made with flat panels, so the are quick and easy to crate. All shown finished and in color. Images below from book. Insider tip Enlarge patterns by 120% to 130% to have a perfect fit with #7646 triangle wood lamp base (sold separately).
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