Dicro Slide Solid Scrap Pack - Large

$66.95 USD
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Item# 82728
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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 64 square inches of glass
  • Get an assortment of colors, shapes and sizes at a 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. Use scrap packs as an excellent way to add variety to your projects. Solid pack is perfect for customized designs. Includes a total of 64 square inches of Slide.

Photo is one example, assortments will vary.
 

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 above made with dicro slide. Artists Jaime Dobson and Jen Olsen created the orange tile. Set of three multi-layered tiles by GlassHopper Patterns. Fish dish by artist Julie Haan.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Works exactly as I'd hoped
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Pros : Solid decal, nice colors
Cons : Although it's a "scrap pack", for the price, there were more unusable pieces than I'd haved liked. One color completely disappeared during firing.
Other Thoughts : Easy to use. Performed exactly as I'd hoped under clear cap.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Fun but a little dissappointing
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Pros : Cut small designs for jewelry that would be impossible with glass. You can use a paper punch for really cool shapes. Very easy to use. They slide right onto the glass without wrinkling or tearing.
Cons : I'm using a microwave kiln and the paper doesn't have the depth and sparkle that the glass does. The paper seems to become almost transparent. I tried lowering the power but the results aren't much better.
Other Thoughts : I'd like to know if the results are better using a traditional kiln.
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