Dicro Slide Sample Set

$49.95 USD
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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
  • Six vibrant colors per pack. A great value!

Product Description

A Revolutionary Way to Use Dichroic!
No glass cutting necessary, simply cut with scissors or use a hole punch. 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. Sample set includes all six colors on 2" x 2" squares, all clearly labeled, along with a handy instruction sheet.

Pack of 6 Colors:

  • Cyan / Copper
  • High Cyan / Copper Red
  • Clear Red
  • Magenta Green
  • Blue Gold
  • Rainbow
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.

Projects made with dicro slide. Artists Jaime Dobson and Jen Olsen created the orange tile. Set of three multi-layered tiles by GlassHopper Patterns. Stained glass panel by artist Lanayia Shaw with fired dichroic slide accent pieces.

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Pros : Easy to store. Work exactly like a decal
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Other Thoughts : Colour is true to actual dicro
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Pros : The nice thing about dicro slide is that un-like etching or removing dicro coating from glass to make shapes stand out, there is no dicro wasted. I've regularly used shaped punches (like hole punches) to make fun shapes or patterns and then used the left over bits from around the punched out shapes to make confetti Some of the negative space shapes are more fun than the punched ones ;) Best part is being able to combine multi colors of dicro in one project. Other Bonuses: It's easier to carry with me between home and shop, I can put it on any color glass I want (on white frequently works well)
Cons : The dicro can sometimes come off the film, I've had it both left on the paper, and come off in the water. If the slide is older or even stored imperfectly, this is much more common. Some colors are more sensitive to over-firing/re-firing than others and while some colors are just as brilliant as regular coated glass dicro, others seem to be less intense, and more see thru. Slide often doesn't work well capped to start with, so I've tried tack firing it on, then capping to do my full fuse but sometimes the image distorts doing that.
Other Thoughts : I wish the squares were longer, I get they use small samples so you can see the color, but I like using it as edging,and this makes for more cutting and piecing.
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