DichroMagic Tie Dye Combo Pack On Thin Clear - 90 COE

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  • Ideal for jewelry making or adding dichroic accents to fused projects
  • Contains twelve 2" x 4" pieces
  • Sample all 4 colorful tie dye patterns
  • 90 COE

Product Description

Get Far Out Designs With DichroMagic Sample Packs
Combination packs make it possible to try all four colorful tie dye patterns. The unique color coatings create amazing effects when viewed in different lighting, from different angles, or when layered. Colors shift and sparkle with metallic brilliance. During firing, a crazing effect appears, creating a subtle crinkle appearance in the color coating. Includes three 2" x 4" pieces of each of 4 patterns, 2 pieces with Rainbow coating and 1 with Premium Rainbow coating, for a total of 12 pieces. 90 COE.

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

Below is a sample of the crazing effect described above. The pendant shown below by artist Melanie Churchill uses several colors of DichroMagic for a bold design. Etched dichroic pendant done on Tie Dye pattern on black created by artist KC Eddy of Dianna Effner Porcelain Dolls, Inc., from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Lamp created with larger sheet of Tie Dye dichroic glass by artist Deborah Hardy, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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  •   dichroic tie dye
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Pros : wonderful assortment of colors and designs. Made many pendants from pack that people love.
Cons : none.
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  •   Very nice assortment!
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Pros : This assortment is great! It is a lot of dichroic glass for a great price! I highly recommend this assortment! I will be ordering this again!
Cons : None!
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  •   Great Sampler pack
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Pros : Loved the bright colors and patterns. Especially liked in the tie die funky. Made some fantastic pendants with it. I wanted to rush out and purchase more after I saw how vibrant the colors were when I took them out of the kiln. I think they are even brighter then other dirchoic glass.
Cons : The only bad thing I have to say and it really isn't bad is that the glass was unpredictable in the kiln. I had to increase the temperature & length of the soak to make it fuse with the 90 base glass. Also, some of the coatings crinkled a lot and others not so much. Overall you will find it crinkles a lot more than other dichro. I preferred not capping the glass with clear.
Other Thoughts : Would definitely recommend this sample pack if you are bored working with other dichro out there and you want to try something new in your jewellery pieces. You can make a lot out of the 12 pcs. you receive.
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