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Small Star Bevel Clusters

$21.95 USD
Item# 443225
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Product Features

  • Create patriotic projects and more
  • Use as part of a glass panel or on their own as suncatchers
  • Each star made from 5 clear bevels, 20 bevels total
  • Bevel clusters measure 2-3/4" when assembled


Product Description

Set of four small stars are perfect by themselves as suncatchers or combined in a stained glass panel. Clear stars measure 2-3/4" when assembled. Each star has five bevels; for a total of 20 pieces.

Delphi Tip: Always lay out bevel clusters on pattern before cutting glass to adjust for small differences.

Patriotic panel about created by Delphi Artist Steena Gaut using Garden Panel Stand #425615.

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Pros : These are nice ornaments for holiday sale items. I have made many of these and they turn out beautiful.
Cons : Very small to work with. A little patience is required, especially if hanging with hooks.
Other Thoughts : I found to hang as an ornament by itself, it is best to place a hook on the inside edge rather than the point.
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Pros : Makes adding stars to a project easy and fast.
Cons : They don't always fit together so a bit of grinding is required.
Other Thoughts : I add these to a design I created for a pet memorial. It adds just a bit of sparkle and is just the right size. They are easy to work with and with a bit of grinding they fit really well together. Gives the design that finishing touch.
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Pros : Does the job of adding sparkle to seasonal projects.
Cons : Sometimes edges need to be ground.
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