Black Back Foil Sheet - 12" x 12"

$17.95 USD
Buy 3 or more for $15.25 each
Item# 5579
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Your Only Limit is Your Own Imagination
Now you're only limited by your imagination in creating details and overlays for stained glass. Our adhesive backed copper foil sheets measure 12" by 12" by 1.25 millimeters thick and can be cut easily with an etching or X-Acto knife. Great for creating special effects! Because the black backing matches dark patina, these foil sheets are also ideal for projects made with translucent or cathedral glass or bevels. Sheets are packaged individually in poly bags. Use them to add a professional touch to your projects.

Fish project image by artist Paula Shoulders, Delphi Art Glass Festival entry, 2007. Koi by artist Margo Marquette, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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  •   A foiling I will go...
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Pros : Easy to cut with scissors or X-acto knife. Once burnished onto glass it stayed put and took solder nicely.
Cons : The 2 pieces I received had a curl in them that was hard to flatten out, you can't really reverse-roll this.
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Pros : Easy to use, trace and cut design easily.
Cons : None so far.
Other Thoughts : LOVE this! So easy to be creative and bring your designs to life!
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Oct 16, 2017
When creating stained glass art, the size and type of foil can be tricky. For newcomers to this type of glass art, many questions arise as to which copper foil is the right one to use. Fortunately, Delphi Glass has some handy tips to help you make the right choice every time. 1. Foil width You might be inclined to select foil that creates skinny lines, however they are not as strong. That’s because you can’t apply as much solder. For most projects, you’ll find 7/32” copper foil will be suitable, however if you vary the width of the foil it will add more depth. If you’re using thicker glass, 1/4" foil will create a seam of normal width. But if you want special effects, take a razor knife and trim the copper foil after you apply it to the glass. Creating distance in your piece can be done