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Bullseye Studio Fuser Glass Pack - 90 COE

Price $399.95
Your Savings: - $32.00
Your Price: $367.95 USD
Item# B8315
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  • 23 pieces of premium hand-made Bullseye regular (3 mm) and thin (1.6 mm) fusible sheet glass
  • Small pieces about 5" x 10", large pieces about 12" x 12"
  • Includes 10 tubes of colorful frits, 5 bags of confetti, 4 tubes of assorted stringers
  • Plus you get the Bullseye Tech Notes and Tip Sheets
  • A $407 retail value

Product Description

Includes 23 pieces of premium hand-made Bullseye regular (3 mm) and thin (1.6 mm) fusible sheet glass approximately 9 sq ft, small pieces measure 5" x 10" and large pieces measure approximately 12" x 12". Pack also includes 10 tubes of colorful frits, 5 bags of confetti, 4 tubes of assorted stringers plus Bullseye Tech Notes and Tip Sheets. A wonderfully convenient way to build a fusible color palette! Ideal for the beginner, for experimentation, or jewelry projects. 90 COE. A $407 retail value!

There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Woven plate image courtesy of Bullseye Glass Co, Flower panel by artist Dianne Taylor, Glass landscape from artist Cyndy Carroll, Red Platter by artist Ilene Goldman all from Delphi's Online Artists Gallery.

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Pros : Looks lovely and nice colors
Cons : The label numbers on the confetti and stringers do not match any products on Delphi site so I don't know what's medium frit, etc.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Lots to play with
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Pros : If you want to play with colors and a kiln this is the pack for you. Lots of colors and all different!
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Other Thoughts : If your just starting out this is the pack for you!
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great pack new fusers
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Pros : I love this pack. I have had so much fun creating with all the colors and styles of glass.
Cons : I need pink and purple glass in it.
Other Thoughts : I would buy it again.
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