Cardinal Glass Pack - 90 COE

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  • Capture the iconic beauty of the Cardinal in this songbird inspired glass pack
  • Pack contains six pieces of glass measuring 5" x 8" each
  • 90 COE

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exclusive Amongst the whitewash of snow that winter can bring, cardinals provide touches of warm color to brighten the landscape. Nestled amongst the trees, these crimson North American songbirds are easily spotted perching in the evergreens. Inspired by these iconic creatures, Delphi's experts came together to bring you the 90 COE Cardinal Glass Pack. Create a portrait of cardinal or make a piece that is inspired by their bright colors. Glass pieces may feature rolled edges as shown in additional images. Pack contains six pieces of 5" x 8" glass. 90 COE. A Delphi Exclusive!

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.

Fused cardinal on a dogwood branch by artist JoAnn Abbott, Winter cardinal garden stake by artist Christine Johnson of Leaves of Glass Studio, Round cardinal panel with dogwood blossoms by artist Charles Hammond of A-M-A-D Glassers Creation all from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.
 

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