Dicro Slide Pattern Scrap Pack - Small

Price $33.95
Your Savings: - $7.00
Your Price: $26.95 USD   (21% Off)
Item# 82725
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  • Add dichroic sparkle to any fused project. Works with all glass COEs
  • Cuts like paper, means no need for glass cutters
  • Large scrap pack is enough to cover 32 square inches of glass
  • Get an assortment of colors, patterns, shapes and sizes in every pack

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item: 82726

Product Description

Make Your Own Dichroic Decals!
Create incredible designs with craft scissors and paper punches using Dicro Slide™. No glass cutting is necessary, simply cut Dicro Slide to the desired shape and apply. The creative possibilities are endless. Best of all, Dicro Slide has no COE and is compatible with all glass. It can be fired between layers of glass or on top of glass. Scrap packs are an excellent way to add variety to your projects. Pack includes a total of 32 sq inches in various sizes, shapes, patterns and colors.

Photo is one example, assortments will vary.

Imagine the possibilities with patterns!
Mix and match patterns or layer patterns with solid colors for designs with incredible depth. See the sparkling designs made with dichroic patterns in the glass tile below.

 

Using Dichroic Slide Paper is as Easy as 1, 2, 3!
step1 dichro slide step2 dichro slide step3 dichro slide
1. Cut out your design and soak in water for 1 to 2 minutes. 2. Blot excess water and slide onto your glass. 3. Smooth out and fire at a full fuse.

Delphi Tip: When using with a coated glass, such as dichroic or iridized, make sure to layer with clear glass, giving the Dicro Slide an uncoated glass surface to adhere to. 

Imagine the possibilities with patterns! 
Mix and match patterns or layer patterns with solid colors for designs with incredible depth. See the sparkling designs made with dichroic patterns in the photos above. Project by artist Georgia Speelman. Image courtesy of Glass Patterns Quarterly (Summer 2008).

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  •   not as a good a bargain as I'd hoped
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Pros : random variety to try, challenges creativity
Cons : These are scraps, and as just a way to try out a quick sample, okay, but because they're left overs (read: edges where the dicro is weaker) the small chunks of pattern ended up as much frustrating as anything. Either the pappern was so small most of the slide is nothing or the pattern is so large you can't get a full single section to use. I'd much rather use a small hole punch and normal slide to make my own dots and not have them fad into obscurity half way though a piece that's not large enough to cover my 3/4" by 2" pendant b/c the angle the original person wanted to use.
Other Thoughts : This would work for some one wanting lots of no random looking but random seeming mismash. What works for solid colors doesn't play out with the patterns so much.
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