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On Point Dog Acrylic Stencil

$21.95 USD
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Item# 42360
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  • Water-jet cut from 1/8 inch thick clear acrylic
  • Create thick, precise designs to accent your art
  • Use in conjunction with glass tattoo gue
  • Stencil measures 4-3/4" x 3-7/8"x 1/8"


Product Description

Whether you are a new or experienced fuser you'll find this Glass Tattoo Stencil & Tattoo Gue product fun and easy to use. Stencils are custom cut from 1/8 inch thick clear acrylic. Create thick, precise designs to accent your art. Dog stencil measures 4-3/4" x 3-7/8"x 1/8".

To clean stencil after use place in a tub of water with automatic dishwasher detergent and scrub with a brush. If the stencil has been sitting and the glass tattoo gue has harden let it sit in the soapy water before trying to scrub with a brush.

Glass Tattoo Gue Process:

  1. Simply mix 8 gm glass tattoo gue with 1 cup room temperature water, 1 tsp bleach
  2. Shake mixture and let sit for 6-8 hours creating a thick medium. 
  3. Mix equal parts frit and glass tattoo gue medium.
  4. Place the Glass Tattoo Stencil on a piece of fusing glass then fill the stencil cavities.
  5. Level and smooth the Glass Tattoo Gue with an artist's palette knife. Add any additional decorative components such as stringers, coarse fit, etc.
  6. Then lift the stencil straight up to reveal your masterful creation.
  7. Fire according to fring schedule below.
    Note: All kilns are not alike. Your kiln size, controller type and individual project may require some aleration to the firing schedule for best results. Delphi suggests keeping a firing log to make it easy to replicate your favorite projects.
Glass Tattoo Gue Tack Fuse Firing Schedule:
  • Segment 1 - 200° F an hour up to 175° F and hold for 30 minutes.
  • Segment 2 - 350° F an hour up to 1150° F and hold for 30 minutes.
  • Segment 3 - 600° F an hour up to 1290° F and hold for 10 minutes.
  • Segment 4 - AFAS down to 900° F for 90 COE or 950° F for 96 COE and hold for 1 - 2 hours.
  • Segment 5 - 125° F an hour down to 200° F and hold for 0 minutes.
  • Allow to cool to room temperature before opening.

Project image courtesy of Wardell Products.

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Pros : Easy to use - with the Goo I could mix any color I needed to make this the perfect color of my dog!
Cons : Only issue I had was not mixing enough powder glass with the goo and the shape shrunk more than I would have liked. My error
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